The show was hosted at the Herderplatz in Weimar and projected onto the Ohm Krüger House as well as onto the statue of Johann Gottfried von Herder.
On this square, the bust of Paul Krüger, former leader of the Boers in South Africa, and the statue of eighteenth-century theologian and humanist Johann Gottfried Herder have faced each other for over a century, both wrapped in contemplative silence.
Their quite discrepant perspectives on indigenous people and foreign tradition served highly inspirational. The show was influenced by the façade paintings and traditional masks of the Ndebele tribes, who were oppressed by Krüger, whereas Herder would have drawn fascination from them. The result is a vivid interplay between classical façade and South African form language.
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Moritz Richartz, Lorenz Potthast, Thorbjörn Geisler, Marcel Bückner
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Music & Sound Design:
Tim Heinze, Richard Oeckel
Moritz Richartz, Marcel Bückner
Many thanks to our friends at Urbanscreen for their valuable technical support!