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Memory Sculpture: Die Träume fesseln die Nacht Drawing

Mersolis Schöne

Austria

Drawing, Charcoal on Paper

Size: 15.7 W x 11.8 H x 0 D in

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Title: Memory Sculpture: Die Träume fesseln die Nacht (Dreams tie up the night) Size: 40 x 30 cm / 15.7“ x 11.8“ "Memory Sculpture: Die Träume fesseln die Nacht" is based on poems from the poetry album (on CD) "Als ich Deine Flügel brach" (2008) by Mersolis Schöne and a radio show by the Austrian author, dancer, and painter Marion Steinfellner, in a cooperative work session with both artists. What would our lives look like, if we worked on our memories like they were sculptures? That is the initial question behind the concept of "Memory Sculpture" ("Gedächtnisskulptur.") Memory Sculptures are created on the basis of philosophical, psychological, or literary concepts. Based on a symbol-language the displayed drawings act as thinking tools to design an internal architecture of sculptural memory. This work is signed on the reverse and provided with a work stamp as well as an artist stamp with information about the materials, year of creation, title, size etc.

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Drawing:Charcoal on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:15.7 W x 11.8 H x 0 D in

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Mersolis Schöne is a German Artist, Film Director, and Researcher based in Vienna, Austria. He is a member of Künstlerhaus Wien in Austria, The Professional Association of Visual Artists in Germany, and other associations. His works "Memory Sculptures" (Gedächtnisskulpturen) presented at Saatchi Art are based on a symbol-language. The displayed drawings act as thinking tools to design an internal architecture of sculptural memory. Have you ever thought about what our lives would be like if we treated our memories like sculptures? That's the question at the heart of the "Memory Sculpture" ("Gedächtnisskulptur") concept. The process of creation varies, on the one hand there are interactive performative settings in exchange with other artists (e.g. from the fields of music, literature, film, performance), where the works are created during the performative exchange. On the other hand, there are clearly defined symbol formations that are developed over months and years.

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