The exhibition To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll has been developed for the spaces of Fondazione Prada in Milan by Goshka Macuga, who takes on the roles of artist, curator, collector, researcher and exhibition designer.
Goshka Macuga was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1967 and lives in London, UK. She works with different media, including sculpture, installation, photography, architecture and design.
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