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  • Willie Doherty

    Matt's Gallery

    The face of a young woman is projected onto two opposite walls of the gallery. Her eyes look straight ahead, rather than at the viewer, and her face looks familiar. The static and emblematic character of the projections, heightened by their large scale and a graininess that results from rephotographing television or video images, creates a sense of recognition irrespective of whether or not one can identify the face. In a regular rhythm words are projected onto this image, one at a time: MURDERER, RELENTLESS, MURDERER, CALCULATING, MURDERER, IMPULSIVE are flashed. On the opposite wall: VOLUNTEER,

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