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superposing silouhettes


let’s assume that man in his natural form is the original. the environment interpreted by man and the images created from it are nothing more than a superposed silhouette.

like two foils on top of each other, mankind and its view of itself were congruent at first, and in the course of millennia became more and more distant from each other. as more and more possibilities of expression emerged, the potential but also the need to use these images as projection surface grew at the same time.

these foils consisting of the original and a vision of humanity have not been coherent for centuries, and many problems of our time result from this blurring.

it is as if we have distanced so far from ourselves that we have become a copy-cat of our own. and this has provoked much misery and suffering. has it become so difficult to be ourselves?

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