Saturday, April 4, 2015

Artworks by Jean Kirsten

Submitted by Charlotte Wile - April 4, 2015

Recently we posted information about Jean Kirsten's intriguing exhibit at The Ohio State University, "Jean Kirsten: For Laban":

Yesterday Jean sent me two further examples of his Labanotation inspired art. The first is shown in the photo below. The image depicts the biggest print ever (until now) of one of his works. The print hangs on the glass facade of a building in Dresden, Germany.

Note: For a larger image, go here:

A fast motion video of the print being hung can be found here:

The information provided below the video is in German. Here is a translation of it I obtained through Google Translate:
"Digital Customer Solutions : ITARICON expanded its portfolio and is based on digital solutions for customers and logistics processes. The realignment is now also optically visible : a large graphic of the Dresden artist Jean Kirsten graces the front window of the company building on Wiener Platz . It shows the transformation of dance movements in the two-dimensional space and can be clearly seen by the bright green of the Dresden main station."
Jean also sent me a photo of his delightful Easter Card for this year:

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