FOUR CAMERAS FILM NOTHING IN BERLIN

POSTED IN archiv, art, exhibitions, conceptual design 02/03/2006

4 CAMERAS FILM NOTHING IN BERLIN
is a video DVD production by Candy Lenk.

 

The term empty space infers that something should be there and that there is nothing, where something should be. This emptiness generates a feeling of sadness and loss for what was there. But it also awakens a longing for completion, healing and wholeness. This desire is the driving force behind action. Emptiness is the space of greatest creative freedom. It is only within the limitlessness of the creative spirit that all possibilities are presented. Nothing stands in its way.

It is a place, where one is robbed of any foundation and this loss is accompanied by fear. The fear of being without base and finally being torn away from what is. This fear reveals emptiness: a space that is nothing and in which one can hold onto nothing. It is a place where being slips away from us to let us float.

4 CAMERAS FILM NOTHING IN BERLIN is a part of the thesis exhibition by Candy Lenk at the Berlin School of Art at the Tonhaus Corso in Berlin Wedding.

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