PETER BRANDT
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Installation views from Peter Brandt’s solo show “Religion. Sex. Violence”, LARMgalleri, 13. September – 14. October 2007, Copenhagen.

Religion. Sex. Violence
The key word for my solo show was different exposures of violence.

The central piece in the show, was “I Died In Italy But No One Knows It” – my recollection (and testimony) of my experience of being subjected to violence.

The piece is based on my experience (and it’s aftermath) - of being attacked, beaten up and left for dead, in the outskirts of a park in Rome, during my residency at The Danish Cultural Institute, in 2002.

See "I Died In Italy But No One Knows It"
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