July 15th, 2011, 10:46 am Marjolijn Uncategorized
“…to the right of the house, the yard, next to the windows on the second floor a wooden veranda, also covered with wild grapes and with flowers in front. (…)
The house door is closed, I pull the bronze bell-ringer…one, two, three. Finally an old woman looks down from above.
After a while she, Nietzsche’s mother, opens the door for me.”
Heinrich Lec ,1893.
(Conversations with Nietzsche. A life in the words of his contemporaries.
Sander L. Gilman)
imaginable/denkbaar(11) 2001 potlood/o.i.inkt/nietjes op papier 122x70x7cm.
Dit werk zal binnenkort te zien zijn op de tentoonstelling:
“Seelenbriefe” van 09-09-2011/20-08-2012
in het Nietzsche Dokumentationszentrum Naumburg.
curator: Jisca Bijlsma
The Friedrich Nietzsche Foundation Naumburg, the institutional side of the Nietzsche Documentation Center, is a civil foundation with an international format. Over eighty foundations from Denmark, Germany, Greece, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, and the USA have enabled the establishment of the Center through their contribution of capital stock. Among them one finds Nietzsche researchers and Nietzsche enthusiasts, philosophy publishing houses and Nietzsche-societies, businesses and interested individuals.
The Friedrich Nietzsche Foundation will set the Nietzsche-sites in Sachsen Anhalt as well as the activities of the Nietzsche Gesellschaft e.V. on a lasting and economically viable footing. Specifically, its aims are: