New plants in the garden
Last Sunday, I finished constructing and placing a pergola in the back garden. Today, Conny and I went to buy
some new plants and plant them in the garden. We planted the following plants,
of which the first three around near the pergola:
We also seeded some more flowers and Zucchini in the garden. We removed a lot of winter purslane from the garden and ate some it for dinner as a stamppot ('mash pot').
Dune 2 trailer
I watched the Dune: Part
Two | Official Trailer trailer. Here is my break down:
The trailer does not have the emporer and Alia in it.
- Scene of Paul and Chani on a desert top. Paul says: 'It is breathtaking.
Where you see sand here, imagine water. When you dive in you can't reach
the bottom.' Chani replies with: 'You dive in?' and Paul continues with:
'Yes. It's calling swimming' where she reactis with 'I don't believe you.'
It is on page 285 in Chapter 33 that Jessica talks about water falling
from the sky and flowing over the land. On page 305 in the next chapter it
is Chani who asks Paul to tell her about the waters of his birthworld. On
page 367 of Chapter 40 she asks the question again. She has come from the
South to see Paul ride on a worm for the first time himself. Again Paul
does not answer her question. It is possible that scene also happens shotly
before Paul rides the worm.
- WB logo
- We see Jessica travel in a palanquin on top of a worm and next we see Princes Irulan saying the
words: 'In the shadows of Arrakis lie many secrets but the darkest of them
all may remain.'
- Title: 'Beyond fear'.
- Shot of flame thrower on a large pile of bodies. (Most likely a Harkonnen
solder burning bodies of Atreidies people.) The voice continuing:
'the end of house Atreidies.' (As far as I know, these text are not found
in the book.)
- Shot of Jessica (without facial markings) saying: 'Your father didn't
believe in revenge.' (I cannot find those lines in the book.)
- Title: 'Fury will rise'.
- Shot of Irulan, saying: 'What if Paul Atreides were still alive?
She might be walking side-by-side with Reverend Mother Gaius Helen Mohiam.
- Shot of Gurney Halleck lowering a pair of binoculars.
- Shot of Feyd-Rautha.
- Shot of red glowing dessert.
- Shot of Rabban.
- Shot of the Baron.
- Shot of a mounted gun firing.
- Shot of a figure rolling down.
- Shot of Chani looking someone in the face.
- Shot of a lady in a dark dress, Lady Fenring, I understand from other
- Shot of a fingers being placed in four glowing holes in the wall.
- Shot of people turning towards a dark tunnel.
- Shot of a bottle with water. Probably the water of life. In the book it
is carried in a skin sack.
- Shot of Paul grabbing a knife getting into a fight with what looks like a
Sardaukar. This might actually the scene in which he reunites with
- Shot of Feyd-Rauta shouting to a slave in the arena.
- Shot of Jessica opening her eyes, which have turned blue during the
transformation of the water of life, which is described in Chapter
- Title: 'From directory Denis Villeneuve'
- Worm riding scene starting with Paul placing a thumper. We hear Chani
asking: 'Did you ever have a dream riding a worm?' Stilgar saying 'Don't
try to impress anyone' (taken from the line 'you don't have to impress
anyone with your courage' from page 370 in Chapter 40.), 'You're brave, we
know that' (taken from the line 'We know you are brave'), 'Be simple, be
direct.', and 'Nothing fancy' (from the line 'Do it simply and directly --
nothing fancy.') Paul answering 'I understand' and 'Nothing fancy'.
Paul has no blue-in-blue eyes yet, which, as some commentator may indicate
that this happens earlier in the film than in the book.
Although the fact that it looks like Chani is wearing a Nezhoni scarf (the
scarf-pad worn at the forehead beneath the stillsuit hood by married or
"associated" Fremen women after birth of a son) might indicate it is much
later, like in the book.
- Title: 'This year'.
- Shot of eleven ornithopters.
- Shots of Feyd-Rauta fighting with slave in arena,
- People in dresses, probably the Fremen reverend mother or even Jessica (as
see is seeing to wear a similar dress in the teaser trailer).
The words of 'You will never lose me, Paul Atreides,' being said by Chani.
- Shot of Paul and Chani kissing.
- Title: 'Long'
- Shot of girl sitting in a circle of light.
- Shot of Irulan with jewelry over her face.
- Title: 'Live'
- Shot of an enclipse of the sun with the two moons.
- Shot of the faces of Feyd-Rautha and Lady Fenring approaching, most likely
refering to the fact that she mated with him after the fight in the
arena to preserve his bloodline, might he die. This is mentioned on page
322 at the end of Chapter 306.
- Title: 'The'
- Shot of someone running in the desert.
- Shot of surprised looking Chani.
- Title: 'Fighters'
- Shot of person (Paul) riding a worm.
- Shot of Jessica saying: 'We gave them something to hope for'.
- Shot of Paul replying: 'That is not hope'.
- Shot of Paul looking down on a large crowd.
- Shot of Paul and Fued-Rautha and Paul saying: 'May your knife chip'
- Shot of Paul holding a cris knife. 'and shatter'. page 457, the last chapter.
- Shot of the crowd again.
- Title: 'Dune'.
Remark: On May 9, I made some corrections after viewing Dune: Part Two - Trailer Breakdown & Thoughts (Featuring Christopher
Remark: On May 17, I made some more changes after viewing Everything You Missed in the DUNE 2 Trailer.
Below some more reaction videos I watched. Probably the last batch, because it
gets harder and harder to find ones that I have not see yet.
I decided to have a look at the book KABK Eindexamencatalogus 2005/2006,
which is ahout the students of KBAK that graduated in 2007. There are eight editions of this catalogue,
each of which is sorted on a different property of the students. The version
that I have is sorted on phone number. There is no introduction and also no
description per department. Each student has been given one sheet that is only
printed on one side. In the outside margin of the printed side, the eight
properties are mentioned together with a number indicating the position of the
student in the sort. For my edition the numbers with the phone number act as a
kind of page numbers (where only the right pages are numbered). I found the
following students and/or their page interesting:
I also had a look at KABK Eindexamen catalogus 2005/2006, which is ahout
the students of KBAK that graduated in 2006. All students were given two opposing pages
to be filled. In the margin at the bottom of the page some basic information is
given about each student. I found the following students and/or their page
Finally, I had a look at Eindexamen 1996: Academie van Beeldemde Kunsten
Rotterdam, which is about the students of what is now called
Kooning Academy. The catalogue is in black and white. Most students are
only given a part of a page. Through the middle of each page, there is some
vertical perforation, allowing you tear of each page. I found the following
- Maria Gabriela Davalos Array
- Evelien van Vugt
I went to Nordhorn and visited the former building of the sawmill, in German called sägemühle,
that now houses Atelier Sägemühle. I went there to attend the opening of
the exhibition ZEIT_SPANNEN with nine paintings
by Carina Schüring. It is more than five
years ago that I attended an exhibition of her works and she definitely has
made some interesting developments. She still balances the line between
figurative and abstract, although there are also works that are clearly
figurative or abstract. I was surprised by the her use of geometric shapes in
I also went to see the exhibition The Last Witness with works by
Heba Y. Amin
أمين) at Städtische Galerie in Nordhorn. The
exhibition also included the works: Project Speak2Tweet and Atom Elegy. The two-channel video
projection The Last Witness is about the ghost town La Güera, which lies near the most south part of Western Sahara.
At 17:42, I bought the following two books from charity shop Het Goed:
- What by? edited by Josien Beltman, written in Dutch, and published
by Rijksmuseum Twenthe in 2022, for € 0.99.
- Rinus edited by Diederiekje Bok, written in Dutch, and published by
Afdh Uitgevers, ISBN:9789072603111, for € 4.90.
At 13:21, I received the book 50 Jahre Years of Documenta, 1955-2005:
Archive in motion - Discreet energies written by Michael Glasmeier in
German and English and published by Steidl Publishers in 2005,
ISBN:9783865211460, which I had bought on Saturday, May 6, 2023 at 21:11:30
from La vache qui lit for € 19.00.
This evening, I went to a performance by the Foundscape Orchestra at the Fictie Frictie Festival, which is
organized and held at the area of Studio Compex & Hangarrrrrr. The performance was done by electronic
musician Daniel Maalman and sound
artist Jasper Schütz,
who are accompanied by violin player Brit Issa Rijnen. The performance
consisted of three parts. In the first part sounded like an improvisation
between Brit Issa Rijnen and one of the other artist 'playing' on the snares
of a piano. In the second part she played together with the piano that was
producing rhythmic sounds by mechanical relays attached to it. The sounds were
magnified and the large room also added it richness to the sound. It seems
that Brit Issa Rijnen also sang some bits. I enjoyed this performance very
much. The third part was in a different room, the long hall under the hall
where the newspaper printing press was installed. There were many sound (noise)
making devices around another piano frame with relays attachted to it. People,
I myself included, walk a bit around the room, as the pillars obscured some
parts. During the second half of the performanced, I decided to dance a bit to
even more enjoy the performance.
I went into the city and visited a number of exhibitions. I first went to TETEM Art
Space to see the exhibition Digital Care: Jeep & Livinus van de Bundt and Steina, which was
organized in cooperation with the AKI and LIMA. The two videos Violin Power by Steina Vasulka and Moiré by Linus and Jeep van de Bundt were alternating shown on two cathode-ray tube monitors. (The monitors belonged to a video wall that was
installed around 1995 in the lobby of the computer sciene building at the
University of Twente.) I talked some time with a teacher from the AKI that was
present to answer question from visitors.
Next, I saw the exhibition Compu Compo with prints by Anna Pisula Mandziej at Fotogalerie Objektief and the exhibition of
paintings by Ina Wolters at the galery
Beeld & Aambeeld. While walking
further through the city center, I encountered the Pride Photo Exhibition 2023 and the Street Art Festival. At Concordia
there were no exhibitions, but I heard that they were selling the works from
their collection because they stopped with their art lending activities. I did
look at a work by Hill Boxem.
Conny and I went to Zutphen. We first went to pick up a Phonic MR 1843X mixer, which I bought
second hand for € 25.00 because I want to experiment with No-Input
Mixing. We walked around the city. We walked along:
Then we visited the Stedelijk
Museum Zutphen where we saw the exhibition about the history of Zutphen. I
liked the following two paintings in this exhibition:
- Bourgonjetoren (canon tower)
- St. Walburgiskerk (Sint Walburgis church), with a tower that between 1482 to 1600 was
107.5 meter high, the tallest in the Netherlands at that time.
- Burgerzaal (civic hall), which during the middle ages was used to sell
meat and later served as the town hall. (I got a free map there.)
- Filmtheater Luxor.
- Wijnhuistoren (wine house tower).
- Walked around the Broederkerk (Brother church).
- Kruidtoren (powder tower).
- St. Janskerk (Saint John church).
- Luthershofje (Luther's courtyard).
- Berkelpoort (Berkel gate).
Next, we saw the exhibition In het oog
organized at the 100 year jubilee of the photographers collective 'De
Zutphense', which was started by Lein de Nood. I liked the following
- Gezicht op de Berkel en Dieserbrug, K.A.A.J. Boom, 1888.
- In de Uiterwaarden van de IJssel, W. Roelofs, 1870/1897.
At 16:33:40, I bought the book Nieuwe Historische Atlas van Zutphen
written by Willem Frijhoff, Michel Groothedde, and Christiaan te Strake in
Dutch and published by Boom uitgevers Amsterdam in 2022,
ISBN:9789024449972, for € 29.90 in the museum shop.
- Kuiperstraat, Lein de Nood, 1926.
- Revenge of the Tulip, Anneke Lubbers, 2022.
- Wijkhut, André Damen, 2021.
- Tekens aan de wand, Sandra van de Griendt, 2022.
- Dankbaar, Hans Verduin, 2021.
- Untitled, Paul Noordover, 2022.
- "??????", Edwin van der Staaij, 2022.
- Simon, Janneke Aalbers, 2020.
- Renske 2, 2019, Frank Boots.
- Renske 1, 2018, Frank Boots.
- Wolkje, Jim van Iterson, 2022.
- Traploper, Pierre Pinkse, 2021.
- Terschelling, Rie Welmers, 2020.
- Eystrahorn IJsland, Michel Hol, 2022.
- Zomermorgen op de IJsel, Lein de Nood, 1927.
- Ingang Vispoorthaven, Lein de Nood, 1927.
- Vaaltstraat, Lein de Nood, 1926.
- Onder de Drogenapstoren, Lein de Nood, 1929.
- Wachtend in het Kunstmuseum, Den Haag, Hugo Vollebregt, 2021.
- Vertraging, Cees Duindam, 2021.
- Leegte, Cees Duindam, 2020.
- Marion, René Nieuwenhuis, 2012.
- The Ride, Shantan Kumarasamy, 2019.
On the way back, we also visited the exposition at Dat Bolwerck where we saw
the exhibition I won't be an egg which you would crack in a hurry for the world.
I liked the following works:
We also saw the installation Levendig water by Anne ten Ham in the cellar of the building. Really very creative: light
projected on water reflecting on the wall in an almost dark room. Conny took
a picture of me.
In the past weeks, I continues working on the kaem_parser.cpp program, which I
developed for analysing the fosslinux/live-bootstrap repository. The output of the program is the page
live-bootstrap that contains the actual source of the program that generated it. (Whenever I continue
working on the program, the page will be updated.) I have now reached a point
that I feel it is rather stable. The output file out.txt that is
generated by the program, now does not contain any errors and warnings. Please
note that the program only processes the repository up to and including
I expect that implementing a function to parse bash files will be quite a lot
At the end of the afternoon, Conny and I arrived in
Groesbeek where we are
going to stay until Saturday. We hired an apparment at 'De Zeven Heuvelen'
(Dutch for the seven hills). We had dinner at restaurant: Lee Fo Hook. At their
website it says (in Dutch): Get to know the refined Chinese, Indian and
Cantonese cuisine.the Chinese, Conny ordered Tipan sam sin (shrimp, fish fillet
and crab with vegetables in kon bo sauce) and I ordered Kon bo kai (chicken
with vegetables in sweet-spicy sause). We enjoyed the dinner. This is the first
time I am staying in Groesburg. I might have traveled through it about fifty
years ago. I remember that one day, we took a kind of train, more like a tram,
where the train operator was sitting behind a window allowing you to look to
the tracks in front of the train. I also remember that it was going to Germany
and that we only stayed a short time to travel back. It is possible that this
was the train service from Nijmegen to Kleve with
railbus that goes through Groesberg. The railroad was in use until 1991.
Since 2018 the railroad between Groesberg and Kleve can be traveled with
rail-cycle draisines. In
2019 a fast cycle route has been available next to the railway. We stayed on
the balcony of the apartment till ten, reading something and eating some
cucumber and cherry tomatoes.
Archaeological Park Xanten
Today, Conny and I visited the Archaeological Park in Xanten at the location of the Roman city Colonia Ulpia Traiana,
which was established in 110 AD and used to be a the banks of the Rhine. Currently the Rhine runs a bit more to the east. On the way going
there we stopped at the location of the border
pole 593, which is interesting because it is also at the border of the
provinces of Gelderland
which runs almost parallel with the border between the Netherlands and Germany
for about 300 meters and with a width of about 30 meters. We failed to locate
the border pole. We did find some pole laying flat on the ground, which could
have been the border pole, but we did not find any marks establishing this. We
walked a little back and located border pole 594. We also drove a road called
the Helweg in Milsbeek and
parked in Plasmolen to
visited the location of a Roman villa, the largest ever discovered in the
Netherlands. On the way home we discovered a parking ticket of
€ 20.00 under the windshield wiper because I had not placed a parking disc behind the windshield to indicate our time of arrival. We had
dinner in restaurant Glüxxklee in Kalkar. Conny ordered an organic pork schnitzel and I ordered a falafel
Today, Conny and I went to Arnhem to visit Museum Arnhem. On the way going there, we first visited the castellum
called Principia Meinerswijk. At
the museum we met with Peter Struycken and with
him we saw the exhibtion Hans Baluschek & Carel Willink: Art for the people with works
by Hans Baluschek
and Carel Willink,
who for some time was his pupil when he stayed in Berlin. Some of the works we
Furhermore, we also saw:
- Self-portrait, CW, 1941.
- Self-portrait, HB, 1918.
- Families Can Make Coffee Here, HB, 1995.
- Wilma with Cat, CW, 1940.
- The Yellow House, CW, 1934.
- The Fool, HB, 1905.
- The Tuberculosis Patient, HB, 1906.
- He-she-it, HB, 1906.
- Little Uncle, HB, 1906.
- The Don Juan, HB, 1906.
- The Runaway, HB, 1906.
- Murder (Dead in the snow), HB, 1905.
- At the Canal, HB, 1905.
- In Battis (Tired of Life), HB, 1906.
- The Loser, HB, 1906.
- Hooch, HB, 1906.
- Future, HB, 1920.
- Female Nude, CW, 1922.
- Female Nude (Study), CW, (No date).
- The Xylophophone, Herbert Behrens-Hangler, 1929.
- Astra Nielsen, Herbert Behrens-Hangler, 1921.
- The Turpentine Man, HB, 1922.
- Berline Café, CW, 1920.
- In Times of Fornication, CW, 1921.
- Ludmilla's Little Soul, CW, 1921.
- Ariadne of Bolivia, CW, 1926.
- The Citizen Gallow, CW, 1923.
- Composition, CW, 1923.
- The Silver Wedding, CW, 1924.
- Untitled, CW, 1924.
- Portrait of Ludzer Eringa, CW, 1926.
- Radio Girl, CW, 1925.
- Green Lady, CW, 1930.
- The Hermaphrodite, CW, 1930.
- Still Life with Jugs, Cup and Lemon, Franz Radziwill, 1921/1922.
- Simeon the Stylite, CW, 1939.
- The Execution, CW, 1933.
- Job, CW, 1938.
- War Ruins, CW, 1946.
- Lovely weather and even a place left to sit after the atomic explosion, CW, 1951.
- Porter and Portable with Child Monstrasities, CW, 1933.
- The Marabous, CW, 1962.
- Steel Works, CW, 1935.
- Portrait of a Cocain Addict, HB, 1923.
- Portrait of a Drunk, HB, 1923.
- Portrait of a Suburban Wench, HB, 1923.
- Porrtait of a Street Walker, HB, 1923.
- Portrait of a Fairground Hooker, HB, 1923.
- No Work No Pay!, Matthijs de Bruijne, 2012.
- Mother Krause's Journey to Happingess, Phil Jutzi, 1929.
- The Prostitution Monologues, Jimini Hignett, 2019-2022.
- NOT FOR SALE (1), Alicia Framis, 2007.
- Two Scholars, Einstein, CW, 1932.
- Female Workers, HB, 1900.
- Unending Lightning, Cristina Lucas, 2015-2022, ongoing.
- SWAP: The Netherlands/Kenya, H.W. Werher, John Kimanthi, Paul Munguti, and Anton Mutna Mulee, 1993.
- Kiss the Sky - Eye trick the I, Donna Verheijden, 2019.
- Dame met fiets, Jan Sluijter, 1910.
Next we walked to the 'square' called the Roermondsplein where work has started
for a recreation of the 'Blauwe Golven', the largest art work in a public space
in the Netherlands, which was designed by Peter Struycken and constructed in
1977. In the past years there were some plans to remove the art work but now it
will be recreated and even slightly extended. Work just started a few weeks ago
and the project is planned to be completed in 2025 in a number of phases.
We walked through the center of Arnhem and visited the Indonesian restaurant
Batavia where we had a dinner and where Peter took a picture of use:
Duivelsberg and Wolfsberg
In the morning Conny and I went to Duivelsberg (Dutch for "the devil's mountain"). On the way there, we made
a stop at Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery. We climbed the Castel Hill where in the
Middle Ages there was a mergelp. Next we walked to the vantage point from where we could see
Hoghelten (which we visited last year) in the
far distance. The Duivelsberg used to be part of Germany, but after the second
world war it was annexed by the Netherlands. It was the only (substantial) area that was
not returned back to the Germany on August 1, 1963. We went searching for
some border poles in the area. We found the
We failed to locate some poles on the part of the border we traveled due the
area being overgrown with weeds. (Which reminded us that it already a bit too
late in the year for border pole hunting and/or that we should have brought a
large knife with us.)
- At 12:32, pole 635.
- At 12:34, pole 636.
- At 12:52, pole 631.
- At 12:55, pole 630-E.
- At 12:56, pole 630-D.
- At 12:58, pole 630-C.
- At 13:00, pole 630.
- At 13:09, pole 631-B.
- At 13:13, pole 631-C.
- At 13:18, pole 632.
- At 13:27, pole 633-B.
- At 13:32, pole 634.
- At 13:35, pole 634-A.
In the afternoon, we parked our car near the hotel and restaurant De Wolfsberg, named after the hill with the same name (Dutch for wolf
hill). Conny had bought a book with a walking route starting from the hotel and
we tried to follow the description. Luckily there was some map with it as well,
otherwise we would have got lost. It was a culture historic walk, which meant
that with many of the highlights along the route, there was nothing to be seen
anymore. We walked only a part of the whole track and returned to the hotel to
have dinner in the restaurant. We went for the 3-course asparagus menu. It was
a bit a classy restaurant. The dinner was good but not exceptional.
Conny and I visited Nijmegen. Only in the morning, I
discovered that the Valkhof Museum is being renovated and temporarily open at a different
location on the Keizer Karelplein. There was a reduced entry price because they
only had a small exhibition about the discovery
of the Roman temple at Herwen-Hemeling. After this, we walked through the city
After this we went to the Turkish restaurant Ziyafet. Conny ordered Çoban Salatasi as a start and Adana Special
as main course. I ordered Babagannuş as a started and Tavuk
Güveç as a main course. With our starter dishes we also got some
bread and a Cacik starter.
Checking EML files for Overijssel
Last week, I noticed that Election Markup Language (EML) files with all the information about the
elections on March 15 were published by the Dutch government. There is remark that states that the
electoral council has not checked the quality and completeness of the data.
All the EML files were stored in three zip files. I downloaded those files and
decided to check them for the provice Overijssel to which Enschede belongs. I wrote the program Parse_EML_PS2023_Overijssel.cpp based the program I wrote in March. I already verified that the EML file for Enschede is exactly the
same as the one I analyzed before. The program did report some errors, but non
with respect to the summation of the number of votes being cast on all the
candidates of the various parties.
Museum Schloss Moyland
Conny and I visited the Musuem at Moyland Castle called Museum Schloss
Moyland. We first saw the exhibition
Johann Peter Heek: Landschaften. I saw the following works all by Johann
- Landschaft, 1974.
- Landschaft, 1992.
- Entwurf für einen dreitelligen Wandteppich zu Matthäus 4,18-20, with Joseph Beuys, (1954/1959).
- Abstract Komposition, (1953/1973).
- Landschaft, 1960.
- Häserwerk der Akropolis, 1959.
- Landschaft, 1989.
- Taucherin (from Suite Zirkulationszeit), Joseph Beuys, 1982.
- Fraumit Lungenflügeln (Fischblase und Kiemen) = Meerjungfray, Joseph Beuys, (1947).
- Unbetiteit, circa 1958.
- Allee mit grauen Himmel, 1977.
- Landschaft, 1980.
- Landschaft mit Baumgruppe, 1978.
- Landschaft, (1973/1980).
- Landschaft, 1973.
- Landschaft, 1973.
- Landschaft, (1973/1992).
- Landschaft mit großer Sonne, (1973/1980).
- Ebene vor dem Reichwald, .
- Landschaft, (1973/1992).
- Vereinzette Bäume, .
- Landschaft bei Kranenbrug, (1973/1980).
- Landschaft, (1973/1992).
- Landschaft, (1973/1992).
- Hochwasser, 1976.
- Landschaft mit Gestell, (1973/1980).
- Winterlandschaft, .
- Landschaft, (1980/1992).
- Nächtliche Landschaft, 1992.
- Landschaft, (1973/1992).
- Allee, 1992.
- Allee, (1980/1992).
- Komposition mit Bäumen, (1980/1992).
- Dreiteilige Komposition, 1972/1973.
- Nächtliche Landschaft, 1992.
- Landschaft, (1980/1992).
- Nächtliche Landschaft, 1980.
- Steine ein Tor bilend, circa 1959.
Next we went to the cellar to watch the sculpture exhibition. Some of the
works I found noteworthy:
- 7 Räume, Augen (Fragment aus Raum 7(, Günther Zins, 1983.
- Fünf Fotografien aus der Folge: Ruine Schloss Moyland mit
Graffiti von Gunther Zins, Helmut Berghaus, 1983/1987.
- Der Winter, Genannte Frileuse, Jean-Antoine Houdon, reduced version
from about 1900 from original from 1983.
- Solitude, John Lawlor, 1852.
- Europa auf dem Stier, Peter Georg Wrba, 1921.
- Sinnendes Mädchen, Daniel Stocker, reduced version after 1910
from original from 1908-1910.
- Badendes Mädchen, sich im Wasser Spiegelnd, Max Klinger.
reduced version from original from 1896/1897.
- Stehender Knabe,, Joseph Enseling, circa 1930.
- Torso, Joseph Jaekel, 1960/1965.
- Weiblicher Torso, Moise Kogan, before 1943.
- Artischockenhalbkugel, Angela Flaig, 2007.
- Tor (8-teilig), Erwin Heerich, circa 1989.
- Untitled, Maquette für Skulptur vor dem Arbeitsamt Krefeld, Erwin Heerich, circa 1989.
- 5 Steinbücher, Anna-Maria Kubach-Wilmsen and Wolfgang Kubach, circa 1970.
- Pfau, Erwin Heerich, 1953.
- Buchenwald, Christoph Wilmsen-Wiegmann, 1983-2001.
Next we watched the exhibition Joseph Beuys – Works from the Van der Grinten Collection about Joseph Beuys, who was born in Krefeld and grew-up in Krefeld. The museum
houses his archive. Beuys is a performance artist and a strong personality, which
I feel makes an exhibition of his works rather difficult. Some of the works by
Joseph Beuys unless specified otherwise, I
- Untitled, (1957/1958).
- Dreiteilige installation, Konsortium (Lars Breuer, Sebastian Freytag and Guido Münch),
2022, consisting of:
- e pluribus unum
- par pro toto (22.11.2022)
- nocus ordo sclorum
- Ja Ja Ja Ja Ja, Nee Nee Nee Nee Nee, undated (1968, 1969 Edition), tape.
- Untitled, 1973-1985.
- Das schweigen von Marcel Duchamp wird überbewertet, undated (1964/1965).
- Jospeh Beuys, silk print by Andy Warhol, circa 1980.
Next we watched the exhibition Isaac Chong Wai in Dialogue with Joseph Beuys: The End of Growth. I found
the following works noteworthy:
- Neue Wache, 2015.
- Missing Space, 2020.
- The Silent Wall - Berlin, 2019.
- Tribute, 2023.
- Painting a Moon on Viehauktionshalle Weimar, Germany, 2015.
- I Dated a Guy in Buckenwald, 2013.
- The End of Growth, 2023.
We walked around and saw the works:
And we climbed the tower (104 steps) and walked the tour. After this we watched
the exhibition Landscapes: Florenz & Istanbul. I found the following works
- Flowers, Hiroyuri Masuyama, 2016.
- Mann am Fenster, Alfred Mohrbutter, circa 1892.
- New Britisch Views #6, Marwan Bassiouni, 2021.
- New Dutch Views #49, Marwan Bassiouni, 2021.
- New British Views #47, Marwan Bassiouni, 2021.
- New Swiss Views #38, Marwan Bassiouni, 2022.
- Tervi, Burkhart Beyerle, 1968, print 1978.
- Sorrow, Elmas Deniz, 2019.
- Aan de Amstel, Jan Sierhuis, 1949.
- Untitled, anonymously, (about 1830).
- Ottenstein, David Roth, 2022.
- Horizon 9, Jan de Bie, 1988.
- Vor de Nacht, Ute Klophaus, 1961.
- Ufer bei Quiberon (Bretagne), Emmy Lischke, 1910.
- Kirche am Totenmaar, Max Clarenbach, undated.
- Blatt XII bei Vetralla, Burkhart Beyerle, 1968, print 1978.
- Geworfene Plastik, 27.3.2002, Reichswald bei Kleve, Gunther Zins, 2002.
- Rukendekuh, Johan Markus, 1912.
- Untitled, Ludwig Willem Rijmert Wenchebach, undated.
- Birken am Waldrand, Clara Joswick-Rodatz, (1920/1925).
- Île d'Arun, Elger Esser, 2019.
- SILO 2022, Elisabeth Schink, 2022.
- Kalkar, Hermann Teuber, 1954.
- Ohne Titel, Isabella Fürnkäs, 2010.
- Himmlisches Jeruzalem, Georg Meistermann, 1996/1997.
- De Blick de Erkenntnis, Isabella Fürnkäs, 2023.
- The Desiring Machines, Isabella Fürnkäs, 2022.
- In Flagranti, Isabella Fürnkäs, 2022.
- Regenhimmel über der Waal, Willem den Ouden, 1980.
- Weite Landschaft, Tina Blau-Lang, (1875/1916).
- Untitled, Joseph von Brochel, undated.
- Ganges Benares, Ernst Stephen Lumsden, 1912.
- Untitled, Guisset, undated.
- Untitled, Franz Hein, undated.
- Untitled, Fanny von Geiger-Weishaupt, undated.
We looked around the garden and had some cake. At 14:02, we bought the
following books from the museum shop:
- Johann Peter Heek: Landschaften edited by Alexander Grönert,
written in German and published by Museum Schloss Moyland in 2023,
ISBN:9783935166683, for € 19.00.
- Landschapes: Florenze & Istanbul - Ein Experiment edited by
Alexander Grönert, written in German and published by Museum Schloss
Moyland in 2023, ISBN:97839351666876, for € 19.00.
- Gerd Jansen - Arbeiten 1983/84. Ein Experiment zur Ganzheit. Band
III written by Gerd Jansen in
German and published by Institut für bildnerisches Denken
Grenzach-Wyhlen in 2001,
ISBN:783000079849, for € 9.95.
I biked around the route of KunstenLandschap 2023. I found the following worth mentioning:
We got to select some books from a large collection of old books. I picked the
- Geschiedenis van de westerse filosofie: in verband met de politieke en
sociale omstandigheden van de oudste tijden tot heden written by
Russell in Dutch, translated from the English History of western philosophy and its connection with political and
social circumstances from the earliest times to the present day by
Rob Limburg, published by Servire in 1984, ISBN:9789063250706,
- Nietzsche written by Michael Tanner, translated by Ans van
Kersbergen into Dutch, and published by Trouw in 2012.
- 365x de natuur in met natuurmonument edited by Trijnie Duut, Trijnie
Stoker, and Marlies Tenback, written in Dutch and published by Terra Lannoo
in 2011, ISBN:9789070099497.
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