Dreamlike symbols, mock-ups, installations, ready-mades ; with Handbook to the Stars, Peter Puklus builds a photo-documentation of a sculpture experiment, resembling the form and light exercises of the 20s avant-garde. Handbook to the Stars is an attempt to visualize the infinitely flexible and tricky associative capacity of our brain. Puklus chose not to leave his studio during the making of this series, but to commit himself with body and soul to his vision and observations, in the company of trash and bric-a-brac, in complete isolation from the outside world.
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