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Antinomy and language

The outer perception is a constant pretention to achieve something, what could never be rated at by its nature.In a manner of speaking the contradiction is part of it.1

1 Edmund Husserl: Analyse der Wahrnehmung, - aus Husserliana - E.H.: Gesammelte Werke. Bd. XI: Analysen zur passiven Synthesis. Aus Vorlesungs- und Forschungsmanuskripten 1918-1926. Hrsg. v. Margot Fleischer. Den Haag, Nijhoff, 1966 S. 3-24-

 

Antinomy I

Antinomy is the keynote of my work.Created works of mine include my own predication, it declares my work as an oeuvre per se.Discrepancy will be recognized by the observer himself.2

Rationality and experience makes us try to find out the esthetic idea of the object. The thing itself and the truth itself will stay hidden. The cognition of things as they seem will be due to our cognitive experience and is just a subjective value. 3

No contradiction without language, the idiom which forces me to create thus creation based on words.

3 Immanuel Kant: Kritik der reinen Vernunft, Werke in 12 Bänden, Bd. III und IV, Frankfurt 1986, Hrsg. Wilhelm Weischedel.  
  Kritik der Urteilskraft, Werke in 12 Bänden, Bd. IX und X, Frankfurt 1986, Hrsg. Wilhelm Weischedel. 

 

Antinomy II

I tell stories, I label, I write something down....The metaphor is enough, there is no need to name it or make a note. 
 
Roland Barthes mentioned:"Images, full with detailed notes let us see pictures without stories.“4
 
Umberto Eco talks about: „Blur of an image".5
The semantic observation of the significant digit on the image will be analyzed versatile by each viewer.A wider range expends to deal with the subject.I try to add a lingual token, which makes a priori no sense at the end to the picture language in association to semiotic pictorial research. A further level will be open to the spectateur.
 
4 Roland Barthes: Mythen des Alltags, 1957, Editions du Seuil, Paris, 1964, Shurkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am Main
5 Umberto Eco: La struttura assente. 1968, dt. Einführung in die Semiotik. übersetzt von Jürgen TrabantFink, München 1972.  Opera aperta. 1962, dt. Das offene Kunstwerk. übersetzt von Günter Memmert. Suhrkamp, Frankfurt/M. 1973. 

 

Antinomy III 

Antinomy as inspiration.

 

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