Excerpt from Parable Of The Mad Man, by F. Nietzsche
Inside view: Text by Florin Filleul
Publisher's note: This is a collection of memories from falls that friends and acquaintances have shared. I have for a while taken an interest in the action of falling, for many reasons. But most of all I am interested in the thought that we, for a brief moment, while falling, loose our subjectivity and become object. I encourage the reader to have this thought in mind while reading; it adds a new perspective to the text that I personally prefer.
Writers index 1. Friedrich Nietzsche, 2. Anonymous, 3.Sandra Madsen Hamre, 4. Lou Ray, 5. Anonymous, 6. Lou Ray, 7. Jas Domicz, 8. Kamma Andersen, 9. Inger Wold Lund, 10. Khaled Barakeh, 11. Liv Forman, 12. Inger Wold Lund, 13. Juliette Bensimon-Marchina, 14. Andrew Freitas, 15. Daniel Jacoby, 16. Signe Schmidt Hansen, 17. Bill Joe Mercy, Adam Fearon, 19. Florin Filleul, Teruko, 21. Vytas, 22. Clementine Coupau, 23. Bertrand Flanet
Each text has it's own writing style kept intact (except from minimal corrections, by Amy Ball). Design and illustrations by hisenjoyableanimal. Pictures found online.
Spirit, opening 1. July 2018 14.00-17.00, group show at Hygum Art Museum, Jette Ellgaard og Anette Væring, Nanna Gro Henningsen, Martin R. Olsen, Melou Vanggaard, Marianne Hesselbjerg, Kathrine Ærtebjerg, Rene Holm, Mira Winding, Billie Maya Johansen, Cau. U.Platen, Fie Norsker, Karin Lorentzen, Karen Gabel Madsen, Anders Reventlov, Lisbeth Hermansen, Ritual Sticks: Marianne Tønnesen, Karen Ette & Inger Bruhn