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Foucault and Chomsky meet childrens drawings: In 14 sociopolitical collages, the subject of the child - as creator of drawn imagery, or in a higher ranking interpretation - correlates with causers and consequences of power politics. In its transparency, power (anal.: the concept of power) permeates the gathered childrens drawings, which have been removed from their original contexts, as well as the entire social body, including its weakest member: the child. There is, however, considerable scope for interpreting the digital collages. The viewer constructs his own story, which also reflects each individuals particular approach to the work.
Gastprofessorin Silke Helmerdig,
Gastprofessorin Ute Necker
Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig