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  • Oscar Murillo, Catalyst, 2015, clay, C-print, wood, 31 1⁄2 × 12 5⁄8 × 5 1⁄2".

    Oscar Murillo, Catalyst, 2015, clay, C-print, wood, 31 1⁄2 × 12 5⁄8 × 5 1⁄2".

    Wilson Díaz and Oscar Murillo

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    The book Parque Industrial (Industrial Park, 1933) by Brazilian writer Patrícia Galvão—better known as Pagu (1910–1962)—is considered the first “proletarian novel” in Latin American literature. It confronts uncomfortable subjects tied to the oppression and exploitation of the working class, especially women, and provided the evocative trail—or, better, the metatext—for Wilson Díaz and Oscar Murillo’s intriguing exhibition, “Paradoxon Spirituale” (Spiritual Paradox). While they have different sensibilities and poetics, and are from different generations—Díaz was born in 1963, Murillo twenty-three

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