“My grandfather, old Chamberlain Brigge, visibly bore his death about within him… The rambling old manor house was too small for that death. It seemed as if additional wings would have to be built on, for the Chamberlain’s body grew larger and larger… And If anyone had thought to ask what the cause of it all was, what had brought down the fullness of destruction upon this anxiously guarded room, there could have been but one reply: death."
The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge
Rainer Maria Rilke
Where We Left can be understood as a translation. The life's essence of a selection of personages that have somehow influenced me represented into the space where they died. This architectures are a subjective view of the deceased.
Louis-Ferdinand Céline - Paris (France), 1 July 1961
Richard Buckminster Fuller - Los Angeles (USA), 1 July 1983
Oskar Matzerath - Free City of Danzig (Poland), date unknown
Manuel Azaña - Montauban (France), 3 November 1940
Jacques Vaché - Nantes (France), 6 January 1919
Guillaume Apollinaire - Paris (France), 9 November 1918
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