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By Christoph Schlingensief, Voxi Barenklau, Thomas Demand, Boris Groys, Carl Hegemann, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Rene Pollesch

The provocative German actor/director/artist Christoph Schlingensief was once deep into making plans Germany's 2011 Venice Biennale pavilion whilst he died in August, 2010, at age forty nine. instead of try to entire Schlingensief's undertaking, curator Susanne Gaensheimer and a circle of Schlingensief's closest collaborators grew to become the pavilion right into a tribute to this multifaceted artist. This commonly illustrated catalog makes a speciality of current theatrical productions and flicks by way of Schlingensief, supplying insights into vital points of his paintings, focusing quite at the artist's engagement together with his personal disorder and biography, the huge box of cinema and movie, and his initiative to came upon an ''opera village'' within the African kingdom of Burkina Faso. contains observation and tributes from over 30 across the world popular curators, artists, critics and performers, together with Voxi Baenklau, Thomas call for, Boris Groys, Carl Hegemann, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Rene Pollesch and extra.

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This little clinic in particular, which will also be another major element of the opera village, is an important indicator of art’s powers of healing. Art can heal! Art is balm for the soul. And at some point there will surely also be a Remdoogo festival of film, music, and art. Not an attempt to compete with other creative artists in the city, but a festival that carries the radiant power of Burkina Faso out into the world. Yet it is a long way until we get there, a path to which our school will be central; we hope to open parts of it as early as this October.

He is more than what we have made him into! And more than anything he is boundless! Long live the opera village! To look into the face of a human being who has been helped is to look into a fair country, friend friend friend. 105 FIRST COLLAGES, SKETCHES, AND PLANS REMDOOGO 107 LOOKING FOR A SITE IN BURKINA FASO – NOVEMBER 1, 2009 REMDOOGO 109 THE SITE IS FOUND – NOVEMBER 4, 2009 SIGNING OF THE CONTRACT WITH THE GOVERNMENT – NOVEMBER 5, 2009 MODELS BY FRANCIS KÉRÉ – JANUARY 2010 REMDOOGO 111 TRANSPORT OF CONTAINERS – FEBRUARY 5, 2010 REMDOOGO LAYING OF THE FOUNDATIONAL STONE – FEBRUARY 8, 2010 113 AN UNDERGROUND WATER LINE WAS FOUND!

There is a film by the famous German director Detlef Sierck whose title, Imitation of Life, describes precisely the sensation I always felt when I was in Africa. In the countries of this continent, everything was much more concrete. It was more direct, harder, sometimes so hard that I was glad to leave as well. But the concrete life and often also the very hard struggle for survival in some African countries made me feel that I had lost myself. I had become pretty glutted and self-satisfied. And I—like all of us in Europe—lived at the expense of people who had no chance to survive or to take their lives in their own hands.

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