HETERONYMS

"(...) may a single work assume different titles, be re-appropriated under a new aesthetic experience, dated chronologically as a mock work, or reappear under many heteronyms; in short, it may unceasingly pretend to be a different work, to split its identity as a different object. Even the transvestite intentionality behind the otherness of the heteronym´s signature turns the creative process into a masquerade that seeks to destroy the author´s unique identity (...)".

Suset Sanchez: X Tresaco, Vol. II

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Tom Prize

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Klam, Cortin & Porter

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Paconabarro

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Isabella Brescia

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Aristides Remons

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Piedralzart