Los Angeles Times | 10/27/2008 12:00:00 AM
'Phantasmagoria: Specters of Absence' at USC's Fisher Museum of Art
Oct 27 -- Freelance writer Leah Ollman reviews art exhibition "Phantasmagoria", originally curated for the Art Museum of Colombia's national bank and now presented at the University of Southern California.
Viewers knew what they were getting into -- the shows were entertainment, not scientific efforts to raise the dead -- but the experience tapped into primal human wonder about mortality and its residual traces, the immateriality of the soul and the foggy boundary between absence and presence.
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