The idea for this exhibition was born almost a year ago and its conception began several months ago, well before the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. The question arose whether or not to maintain this exhibition as it had been imagined, for fear that it might be seen as an attempt to recuperate recent and sensitive events. The very theme of the exhibition, based both on the female figure of the oracle and on the prediction and signs of a global collapse, must have forced us to question this. It will probably not be seen as it would have been...
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