Wednesday, June 02, 2010
The personification of Heidegger as a work of art.
The idea for the piece was initially meant to be humourous, but the idea soon changed to a conceptualised form of Heidegger as he would appear if personified in modern times. Modern advertising relies on the near naked human figure to grasp attention, however his face remains the one of the agedHeidegger, telling us beauty is not his only facet and that beauty does not always come in handsome physiques, as his philosophy demonstrates.
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