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What is an Out of Body Experience?Conversation with Joachim Koester in a courtyard in Berlin, September 14th, 2014.
Why have we always been thinking in “straight lines” when Lucretius had already observed the swerve as a permanent change of motion?
This is a fragment of the soundtrack that will accompany our film "Dizziness Is My Name".
The Greek word peirar means “end, limit” and peras means “end, limit, boundary”. The word a-peiron is the negation of these meanings. In Hesiod and other classical Greek texts peras mainly describes the end of the known world.
“As agents of confusion you precede the agents of change”, claims the hermaphrodite being ‘Dizziness’ in Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond’s film.
The series focuses, in feature films and short films or with video and performance, on future concepts beyond apocalyptic catastrophes or technical utopias that develop positive action patterns of social and economic coexistence.
The end of the extent of our knowledge defines the borders of our world as we know it. Since the concept of the world as a plate, right up to the discovery of the existence of dark matter, this has not changed.