»Cras amet qui numquam amavit, quique amavit, cras amet
Let those love now, who never loved before: let those who always loved, now love the more«
(Anonymous Latin poet)
»Tomorrow, let him love who never has guessed the meanings of love; whoever has loved, or in some way apprehended what love might be or become, let him love, let him love tomorrow.«
(H.D., Paint It Today)
Two waterlilies, two diving amazons. Two reborn species moving through the dark and moist space.
The water might attenuate any echoing of their diving sounds.
Though I imagine hearing some of the drippings or peeps, the noise of waving information, sent from the animals in the dark to the machines of the ship, back and forth, back and forth, back and forth. But I know there is only silence, noiseless traveling, sound of transaction.
aus: shell (vision), 2016, Audiokanal, Kopfhörer, MP3-Player, Muscheln in Beton gegossen, Acrylfarbe auf PVC, Polyacryl, Baumwolle
Lea von Wintzingerode
Master of Fine Arts
an der HFBK
Prof. Jutta Koether, Prof. Michaela Melián