As a well-informed experimenter, Pierre-Etienne Morelle tests the elasticity of all kinds of objects and bodies (including his own). He restricts, subjects, and tries to check the societal and mechanical forces he bestirs. But since nature and society are thus made, their pressures are always the most powerful, and artistic work is thus often written like a presentation of disappointment and failure. There is no disenchantment, however: just folly. “Reason is the strongest form of folly. The reason of the weakest is folly,” wrote Ionesco. And the reference is cast, as if to remind us that, for the writers of the Absurd, only the resignation of reason can save man from despair.
Text: Guillaume Mansart
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Karl-Marx-Str.
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12043
Berlin
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Karl-Marx-Str.
107
12043
Berlin
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Karl-Marx-Str.
107
12043
Berlin
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