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Shvoong Home>Books>Mäander Review

Mäander

Book Review   by:Mahendra Yadav     Original Author: A.J. Weigoni : Peter Meilchen
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The paper is it, which connects Peter Meilchen and A.J. Weigoni. Between humans and paper there is a Intimitaet, an almost physical affinity. Paper is similar to humans in vielem. It is weak and ages. The smallest accident, and it tear. The Egyptians admired papyrus for this weakness, which the unsrigen approximates. The paper placed itself on the side of our vulnerability and sinnlichkeit. Paper feels pleasantly and smells well. Printed on pages correspond to the human read speed, our rhythm. This rhythm Peter Meilchen and A.J. Weigoni with its project "maeander" follows, by confronting the undulations of Rhine to those the art. They go on the search for imaginary areas, in which the eyes and Hirne of the public violated by television and color photography can rest themselves, where they can escape from the omnipraesenten Overkill of the pictures, in order to the poetry finding. The project "maeander" is a long-term observation of intermedialer reciprocal effects, it creates a feeling for individual tragedies, which are not coined/shaped by the visual, but by conditions, tensions, energy shifts and differences, by the domains of the language and the art. The pictures, we are used to which from pictures to to make, are rarely clear. We learned to regard works of art as a kind secret whose true sense hides itself behind the surface of the indications. Not only the world, but also the pictures heischen after explanation, then seem it. What however, if the secret shrinks to the mystery and the water surface is issued itself in the Vexierspiel of the deception?
Published: April 27, 2006   
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