Greek: "everything flows", since antiquity attributed to Heraclitus. Formula, in which he shows the contrast between identity and change. The first of my films dealing with the changing perception of time and forms.
Term from ethnology for symbols that represent mythical connections between people and natural phenomena.
According to the Hindus, the world law, which manifests itself equally in natural and moral life.
The Great Wave off Kanagawa (Japanese: 神奈川沖浪裏)
In Katsushika Hokusai's (1760-1849) woodblock print "Beneath the Wave in the Sea off Kanagawa," a huge ocean wave rises in various shades of color. Symbolically, the resting body of the sacred Mount Fuji in the background and the effervescent soul in the form of the wave face each other in the work. The fishermen in the boats below the wave seem to hold a wisdom of life: Only through tranquility and communal cohesion can a danger be overcome.
Thanks to the Hessische Kulturstiftung for the project grant.
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