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General note
Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Starting from language. Joseb Beuys at 100", Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart (Berlin), 13.06-19.09.2021.
Bibliography, etc. note
Bibliografia strony 201-205. Indeks.
Summary, etc.
In a 1985 series of “Lectures on one’s own country: Germany”, given at the Munich Kammerspiele, Joseph Beuys said that he developed his work “from language.” He regarded language as equal to visual art—a flexible material through which every individual could physically, intellectually, and communicatively participate in the process of re-ordering society. His exploration of language ranges from silence to hours of debate, from animal sounds to precise discussions of concepts and puzzling writings. Accordingly, the chapters are divided into the themes of “silence,” “sounds,” “concepts,” “writing,” “mystery,” “legends,” and “speech.” Both exhibition and catalogue assemble sculptures, drawings, installations, films, posters, and documents from the Nationalgalerie, the Sammlung Marx, the Kupferstichkabinett, and the Art Library of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.
Language note
Tekst głównie w języku angielskim, fragmenty w języku arabskim.
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