The Streets Were Dark With Something More Than Night, Or The Closer I Get To The End The More I Rewrite the Beginning
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    Alejandro Cesarco presents a mise-en-scène comprising wall texts, a slide show, framed photographs, and an artist’s book. The work reconfigures the conventions of the detective story to imagine the viewer as a private investigator, ensnared in self-reflexive observation. Both detective and noir genres connote the use of a crime story to provide insight into the socio-political disorders and moral dilemmas of the time in which they are written; they look critically at the illusions and hypocrisy, the rotten power structures and the brutal injustices of a superficially respectable society.

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