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Luca Francesconi

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Dove Allouche, Pascal Broccolichi, Luca Francesconi, Ken Gonzales-Day, Norma Jeane, Arthur Mole, Matt O’dell, Évariste Richer, Felix Schramm, Jim Shaw, Tony Smith, John Thomas, Stéphane Vigny at Palais de Tokyo May 28th, 2009 - August 30th, 2009
Posted 8/13/09

      Palais de Tokyo’s current exhibition takes its title from the mysterious shortwave radio antennas that emit seemingly random series of numbers, tones and melodies from various points around the globe. Many believe these “Spy Number Stations” have been in use since World War I, and have increased in prevalence since the 1990s. Most uninitiated listeners presume the stations are run by national governments as a means to communicate with their spies working around the globe. Following the pr... [more]

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