Title: Memory Sculpture: Penelope's Dream Size: 32 x 27,5 cm Year: 2019 This work “Memory Sculpture: Penelope's Dream" (2019, 32 x 27,5 cm) is located at the interface between Philosophy, Psychology, and the Fine Arts. Drawn on historical, lightly browned, paper, the “Memory Sculpture: Penelope's Dream" drawing is based on the poem "Penelope's Dream", which deals with Penelope's longing and inner perception as she waits for Odysseus. An important aspect here is the form of the "double-self". The poem "Penelope's Dream" is, among other things, the basis for the award-winning film "The Remembering Movement". More generally “Memory Sculptures” are performative compositions which translate psychic processes into direct physical actions on paper. 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. If you would like this artwork in a frame please contact me before purchasing: hello(at)mersolisschoene(dot)com Please follow the link to view more works from this series: https://www.saatchiart.com/art-collection/Memory-Sculpture-Dreams/73082/298652/view
Drawing:Charcoal on Paper
Size:12.6 W x 10.8 H x 0 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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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 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. 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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