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are able to spread the ideas of EMEE and put them also in practice. The para ows exhibition and the symposium deal with the very recent topic of migration in its multiple facets from data migration to the migra- tion of people, ideas and objects. The topic of our LAB. TALK is a general overview on the EMEE project and on the concept of the ‘Change of Per- spective’ but also an invitation to the wonderful world of Zeigerpointer.
EXHIBITION ‘ZEIGERPOINTER.
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF ABSENCE’
Exhibition in the Nomad Museum VSL/Lindabrunn with our selected ob- ject the exemplary unit: the Zeigerpointer. In cooperation with the stu- dents of ‘Exhibition Design’ of the university of Applied Sciences the FH JOANNEUM in Graz the exhibition is developed and put on display in Lindabrunn. The Zeigerpointer (a German-English word-mix tautology) is depicted in a series of twelve oil paintings. They were commissioned by monochrom and painted by Chinese copy painters in Dafen. The tem- plates for the oil paintings were local newspapers clippings showing crime scenes in which the witness was shown pointing to a place where the incident took place to underline the evidence of occurrences. Such photographs can often be found in local newspapers as visual proof of the written words. Pointing to formerly existing or virtual objects assigns meaning. Paintings and sculptures showing people pointing, for example in Leonardo da Vinci ’s (1513-16) depiction of St. John the Baptist point- ing to heaven or Napoleon pointing the way on ‘Bonaparte Crossing the
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