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Portrait of Peter Sloterdijk

I was recently commissioned to paint a portrait of Peter Sloterdijk, a contemporary German philosopher, in the “Cage” space of one of my earlier paintings of Michel Foucault. I tried incorporating images and artwork that Sloterdijk uses in his writing

Portrait of Peter Sloterdijk

I was recently commissioned to paint a portrait of Peter Sloterdijk, a contemporary German philosopher, in the “Cage” space of one of my earlier paintings of Michel Foucault. I tried incorporating images and artwork that Sloterdijk uses in his writing

Peter Sloterdijk – Neither Sun Nor Death

“To conceive finitude and opening simultaneously: that is the matter at hand.” (190) Neither Sun Nor Death is a collection of interviews between Peter Sloterdijk and Hans-Jurgen Heinrichs. The structure of an interview happens to work incredibly well for a

Peter Sloterdijk – Neither Sun Nor Death

“To conceive finitude and opening simultaneously: that is the matter at hand.” (190) Neither Sun Nor Death is a collection of interviews between Peter Sloterdijk and Hans-Jurgen Heinrichs. The structure of an interview happens to work incredibly well for a

Peter Sloterdijk – The concept of “contraction”

According to a similarly constructed proposition by Wittgenstein,the whole earth cannot be in greater distress than one soul.” (574 Sloterdijk BUBBLES)(Wittgenstein Culture and Values)  In one of the final chapters of BUBBLES, a chapter titled Closer to Me Than I Am

Peter Sloterdijk – The concept of “contraction”

According to a similarly constructed proposition by Wittgenstein,the whole earth cannot be in greater distress than one soul.” (574 Sloterdijk BUBBLES)(Wittgenstein Culture and Values)  In one of the final chapters of BUBBLES, a chapter titled Closer to Me Than I Am

Peter Sloterdijk – Being “With”

 Descents into foreign tunnels do not lead you back into the incomparable black monochrome background from which your life began to emerge as a vibrating figure long ago. Seeing in the only darkness that concerns you cannot be practiced on

Peter Sloterdijk – Being “With”

 Descents into foreign tunnels do not lead you back into the incomparable black monochrome background from which your life began to emerge as a vibrating figure long ago. Seeing in the only darkness that concerns you cannot be practiced on