Of Rubble and a Duck

Today, we offer a brief montage of statements from Zygmunt Bauman and Gottfried Helnwein, regarding their experiences of despair and dislocation within the chaos surrounding World War II and the Holocaust; then accepting the responsibility to take imaginary flight from those black holes, in search of a new philosophy and a new art. First Bauman:

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THE CHILD DREAMS

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And now Helnwein:

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DISASTERS OF WAR 3

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DISASTERS OF WAR 19

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IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT

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Finally, we give the last stroke to the creator of Donald Duck, Carl Barks:

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