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"IGNORANT OF YOUR SECRET DESTINY EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU INTERESTS ME"

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Ausstellung in Stuttgart : "IGNORANT OF YOUR SECRET DESTINY EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU INTERESTS ME"



KünstlerIN:
Ulrike Buck

Zeitraum: 08.07.2011 bis 19.08.2011

ULRIKE BUCK
IGNORANT OF YOUR SECRET DESTINY
EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU INTERESTS ME
08.07. - 19.08.2011
OPENING: 08.07.2011, 19H


"greetings ancient moon!

Moon, often I have asked myself which is the easiest to divine:
the altitude of the moon or the depth of the human heart
I may say that despite the altitude of the moon
it cannot be compared in this respect with the depth of the human heart
Psychology has much to learn.(…)

Tell me, ancient moon
will you be my brother?
Ignorant of your secret destiny,
everything about you interests me
Are you the abode of the prince of darkness?"

For centuries, myths have been constructed in an attempt to decipher the natural world and its phenomena. Through such mythologizing, the rabbit and the moon have been written into cultural significance as emblems of our own untamable wild psychological states. These archetypes have come to embody, among many things, the inaccessible regions of the human psyche- that which is neither conscious nor unconscious- beyond psychology.
These myths not only function to "harness the moon" and "constrain the population of rabbits," moreover these stories attempt to explain the inexplicable. We are empowered by our natural inclination to explain what we cannot control. The uncertain and the chaotic are identified in relation to ourselves, transforming through metaphor into mythical explanations which become definitive. Through this, we aim to control that which we cannot suppress - that which recurs, regenerates, and multiplies.
The moon, although cyclical in its apparent transformation, belongs to a universe with ever-increasing entropy, on an unwavering trajectory toward eventual cosmic heat death. Likewise, populations of rabbits serve as catalysts for their own destruction, continuing to multiply as they overextend their territories and resources.Translation becomes an exercise in futility. Perhaps we can better understand without explanation.
An open and indecipherable field for subjective perception, the works featured in this exhibition do not attempt to define particular phenomena, nor do they function to reveal any mystery about the psychological states of their author, or the cultures which gave rise to the mythological interpretations to which Buck refers. Rather, the works suggest a rejection of the transcultural myth. Our destiny, much like that of the objects Buck has created, lingers in the unknown. This exhibition is an invitation to participate in this mystery.
Your destiny is, and will remain secret.

ULRIKE BUCK

IGNORANT OF YOUR SECRET DESTINY
EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU INTERESTS ME

July 8 - August 19, 2011
Opening Reception July 8, 2011, 7PM

"greetings ancient moon!"

Moon, often I have asked myself which is the easiest to divine:
the altitude of the moon or the depth of the human heart
I may say that despite the altitude of the moon
it cannot be compared in this respect with the depth of the human heart
Psychology has much to learn.(…)

Tell me, ancient moon
will you be my brother?
Ignorant of your secret destiny,
everything about you interests me
Are you the abode of the prince of darkness?"

For centuries, myths have been constructed in an attempt to decipher the natural world and its phenomena. Through such mythologizing,
the rabbit and the moon have been written into cultural significance as emblems of our own untamable wild psychological states.
These archetypes have come to embody, among many things, the inaccessible regions of the human psyche- that which is neither conscious nor
unconscious- beyond psychology .

These myths not only function to "harness the moon" and "constrain the population of rabbits," moreover these stories attempt to explain
the inexplicable. We are empowered by our natural inclination to explain what we cannot control. The uncertain and the chaotic are identified in
relation to ourselves, transforming through metaphor into mythical explanations which become definitive. Through this, we aim to control that which
we cannot suppress- that which recurs, regenerates, and multiplies.

The moon, although cyclical in its apparent transformation, belongs to a universe with ever-increasing entropy, on an unwavering trajectory toward
eventual cosmic heat death. Likewise, populations of rabbits serve as catalysts for their own destruction, continuing to multiply as they overextend
their territories and resources.

Translation becomes an exercise in futility. Perhaps we can better understand without explanation.

An open and indecipherable field for subjective perception, the works featured in this exhibition do not attempt to define particular phenomena,
nor do they function to reveal any mystery about the psychological states of their author, or the cultures which gave rise to the mythological
interpretations to which Buck refers. Rather, the works suggest a rejection of the transcultural myth. Our destiny, much like that of the objects
Buck has created, lingers in the unknown. This exhibition is an invitation to participate in this mystery.
Your destiny is, and will remain secret.

Ulrike Buck lives and works in Stuttgart. Selected exhibitions & performances? include UlrikeBuck.de

For more information, please contact the gallery at +49 (0)711 91260896

Text: Amanda Moore


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