The Smell of a Stranger” by Peter de Cupere will be on view at the Biennial of Havana, Cuba, from May 22 to June 22, 2015.
“When one bends over to smell a flower, one usually expects to experience a pretty limited variety of odors, ranging from sweet perfumes to the aroma of pine or wood, maybe a loamy or minty bouquet. Then there are the rarer, more foul scents associated with flora – the ones that conjure images of dead animals, inescapable smoke or putrid trash heaps. These are the smells that interest Peter de Cupere…”
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