I like my like button a lot. Do you like it to? If you think alike, then lick, I mean like me like no one has liked me before 😉
"Ars longa, vita brevis, occasio praeceps, experimentum periculosum, iudicium difficile." Hippokrates
I am very happy to announce that the multi language support is now finally working! You can now read these absurd machine translations that we all love so much. I feel a lot closer to Nobusuke Tagomi now and urge you to post be best wrongnesses and most poetic errors as comments. I will post them all, I promise…
And because it is so wonderfully politically incorrect for a German to refer to “The Man in the High Castle”, let me stress that I love Master Dick for all his literary wrongdoings and that anyone who thinks this is a Nazi post has a serious humor lacking issue. He may simply read the book…
More infos @ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_in_the_High_Castle
and some fun @ http://www.conveythis.com/translation.php
Oh, and yes, you have to click below… should read “translation” in your language!
….ok this may be a bit to much on the bright side of the later Dennis “Frank” Hopper in Blue Velvet, but hey who gives a… ok, this year I am going to behave 😉
The Picture is by Sulamith Sallmann btw.
I have updated the Links, for I have some new partners in crime and I am still busy with my new not so solo album that (might I say it already) will be called “Mind the Gap”.
It will feature Yola Icho and more friends… So keep on listening in.
Wonderful pictures by Sulamith Sallmann:
It is a result of trying out the projection mapping setup for “island of life in a sea of death”. Enjoy 😉
Yep, this has been some turbulent year. Finished Egocentrix & What If…
We (Kooné & his team) also won a residency next year in Montreal granted by the Goethe Institute. Really looking forward to this.
Now is the time to relax and chill (but not to be lazy) and finish up producing my new solo album… keep you posted.
…see what I did now!
This is my work called: “By the time my mother almost died…” (1m x 1m x 1,5m [paper: 21cm x 370cm], thermo-paper & fax-machine, 2010)for the series “Paper-Trails”
This work deals with the paper-trail left when my mother suffered a life threatening heart condition and subsequent operation. In essence it presents a chronological collage of bills, maps, body scans etc. that shows the down to earth side of illness and death in our modern societies.
It has been shown @ Galerie Parterre during Prolog 6 from 27.08. – 28.08.2010.
It has been great fun and I want to expressively thank Anton Schwarzbach & Dorit Trebeljahr for their support and encouragement! You are “Ich-Giganten” for sure 😉
I also want to thank Beate Höckner [color & types] for supporting me with a fax machine in times of need.