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Eslite Gallery

No-mad-ness in No Man's Land

VICTOR VOROBYEV and YELENA VOROBYEVA, Photo for Memory. If a Mountain Doesn’t Go to Mahomet . . . #1, 2002. C-print, 60 x 90 cm. Courtesy the artist.

French philosopher Gilles Deleuze once proposed "nomadology" as an alternative to Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's concept of history, which had held sway since the Enlightenment. For Deleuze, history was not a rational process by which mankind progressed to a more perfect state—it instead followed natural or "nomadic" principles, ebbing and flowing with no fixed destination. Deleuze also

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