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A morte é um Mestre que veio da Alemanha

E grita toquem mais doce a música da morte a morte é um mestre/

Que veio da Alemanha(…)

 

(Celan, Sete Rosas mais Tarde, … noch 359 Wörter

Poesia

“who

is invisible enough

to see you?” – PAUL CELAN on being desiring and yet invisible, not able to interact, rather than being a subject of the lacanian drive who is self-content and ready to be visible to others in a mode of desire called the lacanian drive in which a mere form of circling around objects is already the source of enjoyment rather than neurotic enjoyment in which one enjoys only from a distance, only by objectifying the object of love or by idealising the object too much. http://ift.tt/1JMu3Uu

Celan's Lexicon

A5, 64 pages, Inkjet print, December 2014.

   

Celan’s Lexicon (cover)                                                                   Celan’s Lexicon (p. 7)

All material is copyright © Mark Wingrave 2015. All rights reserved. noch 6 Wörter

Book

BlackMilk

Handmade book, collage and pencil, 14 cm x 9 cm, 2012.

   

All material is copyright © Mark Wingrave 2015. All rights reserved.
Creative Commons Attribution License.
CC BY-NC-SA

Book

Celan's Lexicon

Oil on Found Door, 170 cm x 45 cm, 2013.

All material is copyright © Mark Wingrave 2015. All rights reserved.
Creative Commons Attribution License.
CC BY-NC-SA

Painting

Paul Celan - Two Poems Translated by Susan H. Gillespie from 'Corona'.

PSALM

No one kneads us again from earth and clay,

no one conjures our dust.

No one.

Praised be Thou, No one.

For Your sake, noch 121 Wörter

Literature

Selected Poems of Paul Celan - 'Corona' - Translated by Susan H. Gillespie

Reading these translations, after encountering previous renderings, was wonderful for me.  There is truly something bewildering and crystalline in Paul Celan’s cryptic, angled and none-the-less pure poetry.   noch 172 Wörter

Literature