EINSTEIN, EISENSTEIN… THE WIND, THE BEACH, AND THE THIRD MEANING

Lots, lots, lots, looooots of blowing…
The strong wind flow makes Vincent’s work gorgeous, today!
If the ‘Backdrop‘ had againĀ been in Piazza San Marco, would the plastic have made its way completely around, like a swing pushed too hard? I decided to record only this agency, at least for once.

But again… other (parallel) events happen. One man came and had a funny interpretation of the ‘Backdrop, associating it with and ‘The Walls Have Tongues (or Peace the Old-Fashioned Way)‘ by Stacey Sacks… thinking of them as a single work, recalling him of the beach. He also thought of Albert Einstein when looking at Stacey’s big tongue crowned by wood chips.

The mention to Einstein -along with the whole situation- made me think of Sergei Eiseinstein‘sĀ hieroglyphs and theories of ‘Intellectual Montage’…

EINSTEIN, EISENSTEIN… THE WIND, THE BEACH, AND THE THIRD MEANING
EINSTEIN, EISENSTEIN… THE WIND, THE BEACH, AND THE THIRD MEANING