i returned from Stuttgart and this is what I got to do in the two days that were given to us to create the piece. Graphite on paper. again, the drawing is based on a text from Uli Hannemann. it is taken from a series of interviews conducted by writer Tobias Hulswitt over the year, in which he asked people to give him their take on how the world works. this was Uli’s text:
Everything in the universe, whether it’s a comet or a groundhog, is permanently seeking something to hold on to in the midst of chaos – the essential activity of all things in the vast nothingness: the stars seek a stable place in their galaxies, the planets snuggle up to the larger stars like half-starved hookers and the moons buzz around the planets like flies on shit.
On the Earth the very same process continues as well: rivers cling desperately to their riverbeds, trees to the ground and animals to some sort of social system. Some animals may do service as pets, trusting their needs and hopes to the allegedly more competent human species – actually the most incompetent one of all.
Because unlike animals in the wild, people have a wild fear of death. Like a pitifully whimpering koala bear clinging to a burning eucalyptus tree in fright, people cling to their lives with touchingly stupid futility. In desperation, people clutch at shreds of meaning like war, sports, family, friendship, consumer culture, religion, sweets, drugs or love. All of which inevitably fail them, because they all have one common weakness: each person’s absurd belief in their self-importance, however it’s expressed.
For me personally, what helps most has always been alcohol, a remedy I recommend especially to younger folks, and one that I can never praise enough. Actually, the world’s most intelligent animal is the silverfish. With earnest majesty it inches slowly over the floor tiles, raising its wise head now and then for a sniff. Sometimes the silverfish finds food, sometimes shit, or even sometimes a bit of love. But nothing that ties it down with obligations. It doesn’t look for something to hold on to, because it knows that no such thing exists. With a friendly salute it hurries on, carrying the big picture – if not in its head – at least in its heart.
a big thanks to Buro Achter April and the other artists for the great time. by the way, the drawing is for sale, please contact the Strzelski Galerie if interested.
and here’s a little shaky video to show a little bit more details before i am sent proper pictures:
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