http://sandrakrausegomez.com/Brick_Paravent.php i am tripping over sandra’s small-model sculptures. this particular mobile brick wall snake-like zig zags it’s way accross any tiled or wooden or grassed surface that will carry it. walls are all over the place, human made, promised ones, past ones, mental barriers. this one you can step over, even walk around, but can
: in / 2020 time’s not holding anyone / anywhere / time : is threshing / forward ; the menu is open / the serpent has spoken // images still wet stick to / the skin : spotted / stitched / exposed behind thinly veiling / weaves // stacks of still to be / spelled
(English version further down) I en efterhånden ældre udgave af Weekendavisen fra 2015, jeg redede ud af bunken af brændepapir i mine forældres svenske stuga her for nogle dage siden, beskriver Thorkild Bjørnvigs søn Bo Bjørnvig hvordan moderniteten på en ganske konkret måde gjorde indtog i hans fars hus i Gl. Skagens dengang ensomme klitlandskab, efter
J Newsom / “Ys” / 2006 J Holter / “Ekstasis” / 2012 J Molina / “Un Día” / 2008 danke for the introductions, olaf. <3
walter benjamin – bücherverzeichnis der gelesenen schriften 1912-1940, seiten 20-21 (page 20-21 of w.b.’s book register of read texts) brecht/benjamin adk-berlin 28 jan 2018
“One can always get out of oneself”, Ms Gronau told the local magazine WIR (1/2017). She was referring to her love of theatre and performing. I’ve known Ms Gronau for a few years now. She might be using a wheelchair, but that’s not refraining her from getting out there, being part of a theatre
I had no idea that the U.S.American painter Philip Guston had literature as close to heart as I found out he had when I visited the Gallerie d’Accademia show in the Dorsoduro area of Venice in May 2017 curated by Kosme de Baranano.