Distorting, filtering, staging the city in its reflections and passersby, the Richter installation in Paris, introduced a polysemic situation and a set of transparent mirrors a situation that holds the eye. Where a situation that leads to a creation, installation has become a matrix, a machine for producing images. Pascal Therme
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