Barking and Meowing focuses on appearance, spoken language and the space between dialogue and monologue.
The installation is composed of sound and two masks placed on opposite walls, one of a dog and one of a cat.
The masks voice short sequences of barks and meows. The public is caught between the masks, in the middle of repetitive and incomprehensible speeches.
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About the Artist
Claude Closky (b. 1963) is a French artist working largely in the immaterial realm. He has exhibited across the world.