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Alejandro Cesarco’s work is influenced by literature and literary theory, and by the fragile relationships that exist between imagery, language and meaning. Cesarco presents "Some Notes on Regret," in which he focuses on his thinking around regret as an aesthetic mode and as a methodological tool, illustrated with some of his own current artistic works. Cesarco’s hypothesis considers regret as a generative force (one that seeds and propels forward), as a bittersweet drama of adjustments (between who we are and who we aspired to be, or between what we make and our shortcomings), and ultimately, as a way of questioning perspective itself (distance, visibility, point of view, and, most importantly, time).

Alejandro Cesarco’s work is influenced by literature and literary theory, and by the fragile relationships that exist between imagery, language and meaning. Cesarco presents "Some Notes on Regret," in which he focuses on his thinking around regret as an aesthetic mode and as a methodological tool, illustrated with some of his own current artistic works. Cesarco’s hypothesis considers regret as a generative force (one that seeds and propels forward), as a bittersweet drama of adjustments (between who we are and who we aspired to be, or between what we make and our shortcomings), and ultimately, as a way of questioning perspective itself (distance, visibility, point of view, and, most importantly, time).

Alejandro Cesarco’s work is influenced by literature and literary theory, and by the fragile relationships that exist between imagery, language and meaning. Cesarco presents "Some Notes on Regret," in which he focuses on his thinking around regret as an aesthetic mode and as a methodological tool, illustrated with some of his own current artistic works. Cesarco’s hypothesis considers regret as a generative force (one that seeds and propels forward), as a bittersweet drama of adjustments (between who we are and who we aspired to be, or between what we make and our shortcomings), and ultimately, as a way of questioning perspective itself (distance, visibility, point of view, and, most importantly, time).

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Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.themodern.org/programs/Upcoming/Alejandro-Cesarco-/5246

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Free-$5
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