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Venice Biennale 2009: Roman Ondák

The artist Roman Ond?k is known for making artworks so subtle that many people dont know they are there at all. A piece in the Tate Collection, for example, consists of ordinary people queuing up at various places in the gallery. In Loop, at the Venice Biennale, he turns the Czech and Slovak Pavilion into a botanical environment that merges seamlessly with the Giardini gardens. Its all the more mischievous for the fact that many pass through the loop without even realising it. In this film, Ond?k walks us through the installation, and lets us into the secrets of its construction
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