Inside Installations: Mapping the Studio II

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In October 2005 the work went on show in a display organised by Tate Liverpool called Inverting the Map: Latin American Art from the Tate Collection.

The work was displayed in an almost square space (8000 x 9000 mm) which could be entered from two sides of the gallery. The lighting, carpet and diagonal position of the model followed the design developed in Monaco and Miami. Cavity walls were built lengthwise to the model to facilitate the floor lights and the mains adaptors for the light boxes. Five of the light boxes were hung on each wall with floor lights placed in between. In this display the film titles were shown on a 20.1” LCD monitor mounted on the wall next to the entrance.

Display challenges

Tanya Barson, Curator
2 mins 6 seconds

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Carlos Garaicao, Letter to the Censors (Carta a los censores), 2003, Display view, Liverpool 2005

Carlos Garaicao
Letter to the Censors (Carta a los censores) 2003
Display view, Liverpool 2005
© Carlos Garaicoa, Photo: Tate Conservation
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Carlos Garaicao, Letter to the Censors (Carta a los censores) 2003, Display view, Liverpool 2005

Carlos Garaicao
Letter to the Censors (Carta a los censores) 2003
Display view, Liverpool 2005
© Carlos Garaicoa, Photo: Tate Conservation
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Carlos Garaicao, Letter to the Censors (Carta a los censores) 2003, Display view, Liverpool 2005

Carlos Garaicao
Letter to the Censors (Carta a los censores) 2003
Display view, Liverpool 2005
© Carlos Garaicoa, Photo: Tate Conservation
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