Arts & Humanities

Arts & Humanities

Catalogue Raisonné as Artwork

In an era of digital catalogues raisonnés, artist Michael Müller has embraced printed opulence with “Ernstes Spiel – Catalogue Raisonné.” Using colors, languages and the interplay of images and texts, the supposed parergon is transformed into a Gesamtkunstwerk in its own right.

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Das Werkverzeichnis als Kunstwerk

In einer Ära digitaler Werkverzeichnisse setzt der Künstler Michael Müller mit „Ernstes Spiel – Catalogue Raisonné“ auf gedruckte Opulenz. Durch Farben, Sprachen und das Zusammenspiel von Bild und Text wird das vermeintliche Beiwerk dabei zu einem eigenständigen Gesamtkunstwerk.

Arts & Humanities

From Persecution to Emancipation? The Pink Triangle and Queer History

How did the pink triangle, once imposed by the Nazis, get reclaimed by those it was meant to stigmatize? Has the triangle of sadness evolved into one of joy, of fear, of memory? This symbol of queer history contains multitudes.

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How ‘Listening’ to Archaeological Sites Could Shed Light on the Past

Understanding the way in which sounds move through archaeological sites could offer insights into how ancient societies may have organized themselves. The results of field studies applying ‘psychoacoustic’ techniques at an ancient Greek sanctuary show the potential of this approach.

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