Death Fugue: An Uncovering
Death Fugue: An Uncovering is an installation that requires the participation of the observer to reveal the text of Paul Celan’s poem and experience the subtext of the poem through meditative gestures. The installation echoes the counterpoint of the poem as a struggle between the past and future, while creating a ritual space for remembering and a corporeal way to engage with its poeticity.
Credits – Professor Frank Dufour, Associate Professor xtine burrough, Ariel Comstock, Francis Eyth, Nathan Grande, Clayton Harper, Caleb Shafer, Yvan Tina
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