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Reenactment in Istanbul of Mieko Shiomi's work event for the late afternoon performed in Okayama, Japan, 1964. (http://www.moma.org)
Sluice chamber or a “space in between” (where things become compossible and ambiguous). It’s an “interzone”.
I’ve heard surviving pilots tell, that free fall triggers a feeling of confusion between the self and the aircraft. While falling, people may sense themselves as being things, while things may sense that they are people.
nature’s best mulches and soil.
The contribution of Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond to the cross-genre project “Instruction for Use” shows first visual findings of their occupation with dizziness/Taumel.
The symposium 'Between Images' explores contemporary artistic perspectives on the period after World War II. The invited artists of the symposium will use various media to approach the question of how it was possible to live together after the disillusionment of the lost war.
The one-day symposium titled ‘Agents of Confusion!’ brings together artistic and cross-disciplinary research on dizziness, with speakers from the fields of philosophy, visual arts, creativity research and cultural studies in the form of screenings, artists’ talks, lectures and discussions.