Wednesday, June 20, 2018
In TL mag, the Machines à penser exhibit in Venice.
Among the objects inside a nearly 1:1 replica of a cabin is a German magazine laying on a desk. The cover story is about Martin Heidegger, the owner of the original hut located in the village of Todtnauberg, in the Black Forest. The philosopher used to spend long periods secluded there, as the isolation helped him produce some of his best work, including the 1927 ontological groundbreaker Being and Time.
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