In line with the artists’ tendency to recover older, lost, damaged or forgotten works of their own across different media, a minor piece of damage (2020) takes as its subject Sid Iandovka’s paintings. Through the act of film editing and visual layering, a minor piece of damage is less about documenting the canvasses as they originally were, or even in their current state, than it is an opportunity to integrate these paintings as objects within an entirely new structure of visual images. 
–Herb Shellenberger

Sid Iandovka
a minor piece of damage

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