Signac´s La Mer

  In his encyclopaedia “The Subject in Painting”, Paul Signac writes about an imaginary composition that had he painted it, could well have belonged with his depictions of the Port of Concarneau… “…. If he is sensitive to the play

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Signac´s La Mer

  In his encyclopaedia “The Subject in Painting”, Paul Signac writes about an imaginary composition that had he painted it, could well have belonged with his depictions of the Port of Concarneau… “…. If he is sensitive to the play

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echoes around Wagner

Around 1860, after the three concerts at the “Italien-Theatre” in Paris, first  R. Wagner´s influences emerged and was reflected in crictics, philosophers, musicians-poets-painters. Wagner´s work was the origin and reference from next generations, providing agreement elements between diferent arts and

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echoes around Wagner

Around 1860, after the three concerts at the “Italien-Theatre” in Paris, first  R. Wagner´s influences emerged and was reflected in crictics, philosophers, musicians-poets-painters. Wagner´s work was the origin and reference from next generations, providing agreement elements between diferent arts and

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Chladni figures.

Ernst Florens Friedrich Chladni (1756 – 1827)  was a German physicist and musician. His important works include research on vibrating plates and the calculation of the speed of sound for different gases. For this some call him the “Father of Acoustics”.

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Chladni figures.

Ernst Florens Friedrich Chladni (1756 – 1827)  was a German physicist and musician. His important works include research on vibrating plates and the calculation of the speed of sound for different gases. For this some call him the “Father of Acoustics”.

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the transfinite – ryoji ikeda

A Japanese sound and visual artist who lives and works in Paris, Ikeda has collaborated with such artists as choreographer William Forsythe, architect Toyo Ito, musician and visual artist Carsten Nicolai, and photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto. Shown widely in Europe and

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the transfinite – ryoji ikeda

A Japanese sound and visual artist who lives and works in Paris, Ikeda has collaborated with such artists as choreographer William Forsythe, architect Toyo Ito, musician and visual artist Carsten Nicolai, and photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto. Shown widely in Europe and

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