Everything that comes together falls apart

“Everything that comes together falls apart. Everything. The chair I’m sitting on. It was built, and so it will fall apart. I’m gonna fall apart, probably before this chair. And you’re gonna fall apart. The cells and organs and systems that make you you—they came together, grew together, and so must fall apart. The Buddha knew one thing science didn’t prove for millennia after his death: Entropy increases. Things fall apart.”

The quote from the novel Looking for Alaska, borrowed from John Green, stands for the relentless realization that everything is fugacious at some point. Last but not least, the Covid19 crisis made it clear to us how quickly and uncontrollably such a collapse can occur.

We don’t know today whether there will be a new normal, let alone what it will look like. However, it is certainly not intended to be a continuation of the pre-crisis situation. Unrestrained (economic) growth at the expense of the environment, neoliberal profit maximization at the expense of social justice and (pseudo) dictatorial leadership styles in politics at the expense of democratic processes were at least involved in making the world susceptible to the infection and the subsequent pandemic with all its physical, psychological and social consequences. The real overcoming of a crisis cannot be limited to the development of an antidote and the restoration of the status quo, but must be based on a radical and in-depth examination of life itself—both one’s own and that of society. The only way out of the crisis is change. It is not a way back, but a way forward.

Präsentation der Workshopergebnisse

exhibition|08. 08. 2021 - 29. 08. 2021

Schloss Wolkerdsorf, Galerie 1 + Salon

Workshop mit Reni Hofmüller

workshop|31. 07. 2021 - 07. 08. 2021

Verbinden und Loslasen . WasserAderNetz, ineinanderfließend

Schloss Wolkersdorf, Saal, Galerie 1, Salon

Workshop mit Ezgi Erol

workshop|24. 07. 2021 - 31. 07. 2021


Schloss Wolkerdsorf, Saal, Galerie 1 + Salon