artful storytelling

A random article in a Dutch daily that I read online brought Lithuanian sculptor Gintaras Karosas on my radar, founder of what may be Europe’s most spectacular open-air sculpture museum, the 55 hectare of nature and art called Europos Parkas. The article focused on one particular piece of Karosas, called LNK Infotree, that symbolizes “the absurdity of the Sovjet propaganda that was over more than half a century implanted in people’s heads, by TV”. The accompanying picture is only a small part view of this 700 meters long maze of 3000 old Sovjet televisions, but it made my day. What a way to tell a story.

About roger henke

Still figuring out the story line that would satisfy myself here. Listening to what my family and friends evoke, what the words I absorb, the images that move me, the movements that still me, point to.
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One Response to artful storytelling

  1. marjanslaats says:

    ja, leuk! 🙂 x m From: roger henke’s fancies To: marjanslaats@yahoo.co.uk Sent: Sunday, 30 November 2014, 18:23 Subject: [New post] artful storytelling #yiv8893101661 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv8893101661 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv8893101661 a.yiv8893101661primaryactionlink:link, #yiv8893101661 a.yiv8893101661primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv8893101661 a.yiv8893101661primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv8893101661 a.yiv8893101661primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv8893101661 WordPress.com | roger henke posted: “A random article in a Dutch daily that I read online brought Lithuanian sculptor Gintaras Karosas on my radar, founder of what may be Europe’s most spectacular open-air sculpture museum, the 55 hectare of nature and art called Europos Parkas. The article ” | |

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