This text examines the role of stereoscopy in the 30-minute film poem “1:1” (Germany 2021, Telemach Wiesinger).
Research results from history are also an important element in artistic practice – to varying degrees and in different work contexts.
Apparently, music changes public history, and vice versa: a historical subject also shapes the music associated with it.
Different actors also negotiate the historicity of anti-tank obstacles through their different aesthetic practices.
Artistic-aesthetic forms of expression and history in the public sphere are more or less interlinked in more or less obvious ways.