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EXHIBITION, Scotch law. An action for compelling the production of writings. In Pennsylvania, a party possessing writings is compelled, to produce them on proper notice being given, in default of which judgment is rendered against him.

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I know I'm making an exhibition of myself, but it winds me up even more.
OE: I think it's possible, in the moment of globalization, to be totally contradictory about one's own practice - to be able to say that one does not necessarily deny the idea of poetics as a condition for making an exhibition. I want to deal with the notion of doubt and fiction as part of contemporary artistic practice.
it's just hit me that most people dread the thought of making an exhibition of themselves in public, while I've chosen to do that every night on stage.

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