What Angelica Mesiti is presenting at the Venice Biennale

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A 19th Century Italian stenograph used to ensure transparent parliamentary reporting, and a poem by David Malouf are the inspiration for Mesiti’s new 3-channel video for Venice Biennale

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Angelica Mesiti, ASSEMBLY, 2019 (production still) three-channel video installation in architectural amphitheater. HD video projections, color, six-channel mono sound, 25 mins, dimensions variable. © Photography: Bonnie Elliott. 

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