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22. Jul 2019, at 19.00 O'Clock

ANDREA BUCK & FRITZ FRANZ VOGEL: LEONARDO LUNATIC

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Während einerseits das 50. Jahr der ersten Mondlandung zelebriert wird, anderseits Leonardo da Vincis Todestag sich zum 500. Mal jährt (1452–1519), haben Andrea Buck & Fritz Franz Vogel den Mann im Mond bereits entdeckt: Es ist Leonardo himself. Seine Überlegungen zum Mond, aber auch sein universelles Interesse an Malerei, Technik, Botanik oder eben Astronomie hatdie beiden Schweizer Künstler inspiriert, ihn mit ihrem Satelliten auf dem Mond zu besuchen. Auch um zu untersuchen, was geschehen wäre, hätte schon Leonardo den Fotoapparat erfunden. Wäre aus ihm ein früher Helmut Newton oder gar David LaChapelle geworden …?

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