When Joseph Beuys showed his installation "Das Rudel" in 1969 and opened a seemingly endless space for interpretation, of which I didn't notice anything at all. Almost two decades later, however, I became aware of Beuys. At that time I was taking pictures with Leica cameras and looking at the slides with a Leitz Pradovit projector. Although I knew Beuys' ideas, the focus was on the idea of grazing his objects. As a result, I repeatedly recreated personal versions of his installations and thus understood them. Today I am familiar with his ideas, so I can start tackling the last replica of one of his works. The pack - "Das Rudel". I use the technical-visual component of my first encounter with Beuys, the slide projector, a warming machine with special odors and a movement on the stand. In addition, a car, the roof of which I can open if I let the sun warm me, and move through the rural landscape of the Weinviertel. Something like that. Completed with the original 24 impersonators.
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