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Photographs extended in time

PHOTOGRAPHY: The most interesting thing about Fiona Tan's exhibition is the question of how the self is expressed through photographic images.

When the Museum of Contemporary Art in Oslo presents Australian-Indonesian artist Fiona Tan with the retrospective exhibition Geography of the time, it is with a great degree of obviousness. Tan is an internationally recognized and acclaimed contemporary artist who has had countless exhibitions at galleries and museums around the world. She mainly works with installations where she uses film and photography. The big breakthrough was Tan in 2002, then the video installation countenance was featured in one of the world's most important contemporary art patterns, Documenta in Kassel. In 2009, she was chosen to exhibit at the Dutch pavilion at the Venice Biennale. In 2016 she debuted as a feature film director History's Future.
Tan was born in Indonesia in 1966 to a Chinese father and Australian mother, but grew up. . .

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