»so art questions the process, art now asks the epistemological questions that science is not asking. i want to make that clear. and art comes to the conclusion that it has to represent that idea, even in its inception, as a sculptural process.« joseph beuys, 1970a
this lecture series brings together scholars and scientists from many fields with an interest in joseph beuys’s call to create the conditions for a new life that can sustain the kind of thinking that incorporates the principles of sculpture. beuys’s universal plea for a revolution of concepts will be critically examined through the prism of disciplines ranging from physics to poetry, from economics to the law.
directed by timo skrandies