gráphō   means   writing,   drawing,   painting,   proposing,   noting,   and   declaring and   points   generally   to   the   verb   and   additionally   to   the   personal   present tense: ‘I’ write, draw etc. As   part   of   this   meaning,   the   origin   of   writing   has   to   do   with   the   development of   our   society   and   human   coexistence. Arisen   as   a   medium   to   retain   certain information   over   a   longer   period   of   time,   it   was   possible   to   organise   a society that was becoming more complex. Writing   allows   us   to   communicate   without   having   to   be   at   the   same   place   at the   same   time.   It   therefore   provides   us   possibilities,   which   we   would   not   be capable     of     biologically.     We     use     writing,     but     simultaneously     writing influences    us:    the    words    we    use,    generate    images    and    through    our imagination   they   become   our   individual   reality.   The   images   we   perceive, shape   our   world   of   ideas.   The   way   in   which   we   communicate   shows   a   lot about ourselves and how we humans treat each other.
Being   concerned   with   writing   implies   questioning   our   -Being-.   Although already so old, also today in the digital age it is at the base of our society. gráphō    is    an    international    art    project    that    centralises    the    question    of Writing   and   Being.   It   is   concerned   with   art,   that   practices   or   works   with Writing,     Language     and     Communication.     It     aims     to     present     artists’ perspectives   as   well   as   to   discuss   art-,   language-   and   cultural   philosophical questions.     By     means     of     interviews     and     events     with     a.o.     artists, philosophers   and   linguists,   the   theme   gráphō   will   be   presented   as   a   work   in progress.
gráphō   means   writing,   drawing,   painting,   proposing,   noting,   and   declaring and   points   generally   to   the   verb   and   additionally   to   the   personal   present tense: ‘I’ write, draw etc. As   part   of   this   meaning,   the   origin   of   writing   has   to   do   with   the   development of   our   society   and   human   coexistence. Arisen   as   a   medium   to   retain   certain information   over   a   longer   period   of   time,   it   was   possible   to   organise   a society that was becoming more complex. Writing   allows   us   to   communicate   without   having   to   be   at   the   same   place   at the   same   time.   It   therefore   provides   us   possibilities,   which   we   would   not   be capable     of     biologically.     We     use     writing,     but     simultaneously     writing influences    us:    the    words    we    use,    generate    images    and    through    our imagination   they   become   our   individual   reality.   The   images   we   perceive, shape   our   world   of   ideas.   The   way   in   which   we   communicate   shows   a   lot about ourselves and how we humans treat each other.
Being   concerned   with   writing   implies   questioning   our   -Being-.   Although already so old, also today in the digital age it is at the base of our society. gráphō    is    an    international    art    project    that    centralises    the    question    of Writing   and   Being.   It   is   concerned   with   art,   that   practices   or   works   with Writing,     Language     and     Communication.     It     aims     to     present     artists’ perspectives   as   well   as   to   discuss   art-,   language-   and   cultural   philosophical questions.     By     means     of     interviews     and     events     with     a.o.     artists, philosophers and linguists, the theme gráphō will be presented as a work in progress.
gráphō   means   writing,   drawing,   painting,   proposing,   noting,   and   declaring and   points   generally   to   the   verb   and   additionally   to   the   personal   present tense: ‘I’ write, draw etc. As   part   of   this   meaning,   the   origin   of   writing   has   to   do   with   the   development of   our   society   and   human   coexistence. Arisen   as   a   medium   to   retain   certain information   over   a   longer   period   of   time,   it   was   possible   to   organise   a society that was becoming more complex. Writing   allows   us   to   communicate   without   having   to   be   at   the   same   place   at the   same   time.   It   therefore   provides   us   possibilities,   which   we   would   not   be capable     of     biologically.     We     use     writing,     but     simultaneously     writing influences    us:    the    words    we    use,    generate    images    and    through    our imagination   they   become   our   individual   reality.   The   images   we   perceive, shape   our   world   of   ideas.   The   way   in   which   we   communicate   shows   a   lot about ourselves and how we humans treat each other. Being   concerned   with   writing   implies   questioning   our   -Being-.   Although already so old, also today in the digital age it is at the base of our society. gráphō    is    an    international    art    project    that    centralises    the    question    of Writing   and   Being.   It   is   concerned   with   art,   that   practices   or   works   with Writing,     Language     and     Communication.     It     aims     to     present     artists’ perspectives   as   well   as   to   discuss   art-,   language-   and   cultural   philosophical questions.     By     means     of     interviews     and     events     with     a.o.     artists, philosophers   and   linguists,   the   theme   gráphō   will   be   presented   as   a   work   in progress.