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Reading Stories

Originally posted on The Kellerdoscope:
“Oma-Ebersdorf ließt vor und Svend lauscht…” (Grandma Ebersdorf is reading to him and Svend is listening…) How much is in these three little dots… Rolf Keller’s mother was living in Ebersdorf, near Chemnitz (nowadays a part of the city). His other grandmother was living in Hamburg, so there was “Oma…

Art / Memories / Science

Phase Transitions 1

Originally posted on The Kellerdoscope:
This is the first of a new series of posts that will show abstract photographs made by Svend Keller during the 1970s or 1980s (I don’t know exactly). I hope you will enjoy them. Actually, these are microphotographs. Details can be found in my previous article Organic Martensite. A phase…

Art / as if / Ideology / Politics

Can Democracy Survive the Internet?

Over the last years, available storage capacity and processing power has increased tremendously. An increasing part of our lives is based on the internet. Governments have started to use this technology for surveillance as well as manipulation of citizens. The justification given for surveillance is security. Some people could do things that are dangerous, so … Continue reading

Art

Bagatelle II

Originally posted on The Kellerdoscope:
Today I was in Museum Küppersmühle in Duisburg to see the big ongoing K.O. Götz retrospective. This exhibition was previously shown in Berlin and will move to Wiesbaden in June (see http://www.museum-kueppersmuehle.de/ausstellungen/aktuelle-ausstellung-ko-goetz/). This exhibition, the largest of several exhibitions currently showing works of this artist, is really worth a visit. Friends of…