Life & Data: A Daily Self-Potrait By Jonathan Harris [Video]

Life & Data: A Daily Self-Potrait By Jonathan Harris [Video]
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Harris invokes the artist as archivist to create a multimedia self-portrait in his 'Today' project.

Lisa Baldini
  • 15 april 2011

In 1975 Dieter Roth began the Flacher Abfall (Flat Waste) project, whereby he collected a 1 inch by 1 inch piece of found waste and amassed an enormous archival portrait of his daily life. One of the first of its kind, it framed the artist as an archivist as valid method for portraiture and artistic practice

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