Karte I: 15.9.2015 – 7.8.2019

by

GABRIEL in collaboration with
Julian M. H. Schindele

 
 
 

Year

2019

 

Size

54 x 97 cm

 

Material

Pigment print on Photo Rag Baryta

 

Edition

1 of 6

 

Price

2,000€ (inkl. VAT)

Karte I – 15.9.2015–7.8.2019 [Map I – 15.9.2015–7.8.2019]

„We have two jewels, the world and time.“ This statement of Gabriel’s is reflected in the art work Karte I – 15.9.2015–7.8.2019. We see a section of our blue planet. This ranges from east to west, from the eastern shore of the Caspian Sea to the Azores in the Atlantic Ocean. From north to south we see the fjords of Norway, the tip of Sinai and the Red Sea as boundaries. „Pilgrimage is always also a testimony and my trace, laid on this map like the fleeting touch of a thread, is just that. Testimony and memory. I see the ancient paths and trails as the blood vessels that have bound and still bind our continent.“

The titular dates mark the beginning of the pilgrimage – the performance WEG – on September 15, 2015. The ‘recording’ ends with the performative narrative Marianische Antiphonen III [Marian Antiphons III] on August 7, 2019.

The map is based on the aerial photo mosaic that is freely available on the Internet from ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute), a software manufacturer of geographic information systems. It was chosen because of the details in the presentation, the varied color and the rich color spectrum.

This object was created in collaboration with the geographer Peter Hintze.


Other works of art in the exhibition

Artist GABRIEL & Julian M. H. Schindele
Name Karte I: 15.9.2015–7.8.2019
Size 54 x 97 cm
Year 2019

Artist GABRIEL
Name Der Soldat der keinen Krieg führen wollte
Size 46 x 70 cm
Year 2019

Artist GABRIEL
Name Unicorn V. Eucalypto
Size 50 x 66 cm
Year 2016

Artist Michal Martychowiec
Name All is history
Size 25 x 75 cm
Year 2012

Michal Martychowiec - All is history

Artist Hilarion Manero
Name Odyssos
Size 70 x 46 cm
Year 1998

Artist Hilarion Manero
Name Pan
Size 98 x 69 cm
Year 2002

Artist Michal Martychowiec
Name What remains the poets provide
Size 130 x 100 cm
Year 2018

Michal Martychowiec - What remains the poets provide
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