The most recent work of Juan del Junco (Jerez de la Frontera, 1972) is a video and photography project in which he makes use of the sounds uttered by goatherds in Andalusia as an allegory of the artistic language and profession. Goatherds and their flocks communicate through a cryptic language only intelligible to the initiated. El lenguaje (The Language) reflects on art, on how it is understood and the way relationships are struck between agents.
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