Filed under ‘No Label’
13/
05/
16

1 – Martin Kippenberger, Zuerst die Füße, 1990 (source)

2 – Personal photo of wall in living room in an old house in Partschins, South Tyrol.

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13/
02/
16
in context

  1. Schwarzes Quadrat (1915), Malewitsch
  2. Russia in 1915
  3. Martin Rainer, Lesender (1983)
  4. Tirol in the 80s

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13/
02/
16
psychoanalyse

1 – Sarah Lucas, Suffolk Bunny, Freud Museum, London

2 – Franz West, Liege (1989)

3 – Franz West, Liege

4 – Louise Bourgeois, Janus Fleuri (1968), Freud Museum, London

5 – Franz West

6 – Franz West, Installation

7 – Franz West, Divan

8 – Franz West, Divan

9 – Franz West, Installation of Divans

10 – Franz West / Sarah Lucas

11 – Franz West, Divans

12 – Franz West, Auditorium

(find sources when click on img)

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18/
01/
16
space/room

Various kinds of spaces in russia, mongolia, china, japan, 2015.

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14/
01/
16
LIST 2014

TO SEE LIVE:

  • David Bowie
  • S.T.S
Used to have this to-do-list.

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14/
01/
16
BOWIE

People writing about Bowie. And Bowie’s lyrics.

Only poster in my teenage room was you Ziggy.

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14/
01/
16
SCREEN SHOTS

Screenshots from september – december 2015.

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11/
04/
15
nebenan übte ein mensch klavier

Sachliche Romanze by Erich Kästner

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07/
04/
15

My fav book and I don’t know why.

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07/
04/
15
WORDS

Simplicity / Simpleness/ Spirituality / Aloneness / Oneness

Circles / Shell / Belly / Uterus / Bed / Cover

In a nutshell / In a belly

the easiness of being comfortable

of not knowing

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07/
04/
15
the body, the cat

Blue Nude by Matisse

Danaë by Klimt

The Thinker by Rodin

Blue Nudes by Matisse

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07/
04/
15
2

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07/
04/
15
In a Belly (1) + (2) / research in img, txt and words

IMG

(reminder of – driving by sunflower fields on the way to the adriatic sea, and red houses with tree lined roads, i wonder who lives there)

The Tree Of Life: Questions from Otto on Vimeo.

“Before I knew I loved you, I believed in you” / alter: before I knew I loved you, I lived in you

(IMG Sources: Ben Vauthier, Tree of Life by Terrence Malick, David Bowie, Rothko, Sven Nordqvist, Gauguin, David Shrigley, Blue is the warmest color by Kechiche, Interstellar by C Nolan;)

TXT

(this is from To the Wonder by Terrence Malick)

(This is from About Time by John Berger, when he is talking about the death of his father.)
 

(this is from an interview with artist Terence Koh)

(translated: There is no right life/living in the wrong)

WORDS

Simplicity / Simpleness/ Spirituality / Aloneness / Oneness

Circles / Shell / Belly / Uterus / Bed / Cover

In a nutshell / In a belly

the easiness of being comfortable

of not knowing

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02/
11/
14

men being looked at, 2014

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02/
11/
14
fridolin

Schwammstuhl, 2014

Fridolin livin’ the life. (photo by T.)

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27/
09/
14
vasen in violet

Vasen in violet

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27/
09/
14
more schwamm

First thoughts.

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27/
09/
14
schwamm

This is a project that started out just recently actually. A chair, kind of – and again. It pretty much started with already having materials, such as the sponge that I used for Flowerfield 2. It works in combination with different elements, one of them being the sponges (yes, I was asked if I was doing a massive cleaning project when buying them). Other elements are a chair that belonged to my grandma and her sister, it was always placed in front of the house which is where they used to just be and sit a lot. Another element is a photo taken by my mum of  the house where she grew up, my grandparents house. One more element are leaves, places in the square area under the seat – just that you wouldn’t really see them when you sit on the chair – a bit like “what you seek is seeking you”-ish. If the chair is placed differently or simply moved to a different place, the leaves obviously get moved as well and placed in a different way as well. (These were just some simple thoughts from the beginning of the project.)

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19/
08/
14
2

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19/
08/
14
update from the flowerfield 2

flowerfield 2

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24/
06/
14
i never read

Just a few photos of the “i never read” art book fair in Basel with myself and Kathrin.

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20/
04/
14
astra


Cody and Dani
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19/
04/
14
frankfurter zimmer

frankfurter zimmer from Julia Peintner on Vimeo.

frankfuter zimmer @ museum für angewandte kunst frankfurt
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30/
03/
14
offenb

afterschoolclub III + sun

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23/
03/
14
flowerfield

flowerfield, screenprints.
all 13/13; 2014.

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23/
03/
14
spring

london is like, a different city when its spring.

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21/
02/
14
the cat

the cat www online.

07:06

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01/
02/
14
the secret society of fine arts

The Secret Society of Fine Arts (Trailer 1) from Zentropa on Vimeo.
“What do you see?”
“People.”
“You see movement. I have a problem with movement.
Everybody can recognize this from their own lives.
The faster we move, run to work, hurry home, go, fuck, run, fix the car – move, move, move.
You know what art does when it does it well?
It stops the world around you!”

 

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09/
01/
14
the colour

DIE FARBE, A5 catalouge for the Zurich Kunstgewerbemuseum by Max Bill, 1944.
source

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28/
12/
13

when it was autumn in our street.

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28/
12/
13
nannerl

furniture inspiration

Nannerl, 2006
Franz West
source

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18/
12/
13
mit ganz enorm wenig viel

I think Meret Oppenheim is great.

“Die Freiheit wird einem nicht gegeben
man muss sie sich nehmen.”
source
18/
12/
13
Mai Madele, mai Tschuurale
Mai Madele, mai Tschuurale,
mai rutschlz Paalapiirl*,
olls, wos dor sui drzeiln wearn,
hot ollm a Hintertiirl.
Gea du lai piineibm af dein Tonz,
unt loss dor nicht drzeiln.
It lai di Reasln plian roat,
roat plian aa di Frseiln.
Woos i dor iaz zun Innschloofn soog,
des isch a schtuanolz Liad.
Du wearsches schunn amoll vrschtian,
poll deis Houlrpaaml pliat.
Di Liab tuat guat unt tuat aa wea,
unt schian isch es erschte Schnaibm.
Aniade Ruaf hoal uamoll oo,
obr di Moosln wearn dor pleim.
Unt plaim weart dor aa di Noat
und dai Korrn holwazhiin.
Iaz tutsch lei zui, mai Tschuurale,
unt schloof lai woala in.

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13/
12/
13
run to the postbox

I screenprinted some christmascards.

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11/
12/
13
we are all children of africa

I already planned to do this monoprint a while ago, as a message agains racism. And now, it also got a piece of rememberance for N. Mandela.

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02/
12/
13

Nothing is ever finished.

02/
12/
13
digital age

Is not being part of the digital revolution as a digital person like you would not have stormed the Bastille in 1789?

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01/
12/
13


Nothing to read, nothing to say.

26/
11/
13

“bleiben wenn’s am schönsten ist”

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20/
11/
13
terribly nice

I got this terribly nice card from Fran today.

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14/
11/
13
nostalgies

NOSTALGIES from PARACHUTES.TV on Vimeo.

There are as many nostalgias as there are times, countries, nationalities, traditions, beings. In order to capture the plurality of the definition, the chosen role for this purpose is that of a documentarist, an interpreter, an aesthetic observant. The film is a visual experimentation exploring these different definitions by putting together different audio and visual testimonies. Going backwards, forwards, the mind recreate a new time ; not a new house nor a lost city, but a new present.
By Nicolas Lefaucheux
www.parachutes.tv/

Brilliant video about Nostalgia. Some quotes:

  • How long does it take for moonlight to reach us?
  • Just over a second.
  • And sunlight?
  • Eight minutes.

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27/
10/
13
Everything in one map

The Histomap. Four Thousand Years Of World History. Relative Power Of Contemporary States, Nations And Empires. Copyright by John B. Sparks. Published by Histomap, Inc. Chicago, Ill. Printed and distributed in the U.S.A. by Rand McNally & Co., Chicago, Ill.

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24/
10/
13
Covent Garden, 1961,
photographed by Charles Cushman

Look, doesn’t it make a complete difference when you see pictures in colour instead of black and white from past times? This is in Covent Garden, in the 60s.

And this just reminded me of this (it was in the 70s though):

Londres 1976 – version finale retouchée from Gelinox on Vimeo.

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21/
10/
13

ratschen und kaffee trinken.

chatting and drinking coffee.