“In his book 200 m, Jan Jedlička develops a chamber orchestral performance between human life and the various forces of nature – the sun, wind and rain – and between the endurance of these forces pitted against the ludic joys of humankind. It is quite literally like playing in a sandpit – a wonderful, 200m by 200m experimental sandpit; a device deliberately chosen in oder to focus all the better on this interaction, encapsulating the sense of relaxation, of letting-go, in playfulness, enjoyment and detente.” –Urs Stahel While working on his book The Circle in 2005, focusing on the capricious...
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