The Brain Rages: Herzog’s Walk from Munich to Paris

by on August 4, 2014
 

For their current exhibition entitled the mysterious device is always moving, Longhouse Projects have constructed a fascinating narrative around the idea of any given location’s dual identity as both a physical place and a “psychic geography.”  The exhibition, including work from 15 different international artists, borrows its name from a particularly brilliant line originally found in Werner Herzog’s journal detailing his walk from Munich to Paris in 1974.  The versatile yet theme-conscious collection serves as both a testament to the power of Herzog’s simple passages and to the universality of traveling by foot.

Richard T. Walker in defiance of being here, 2013 Longhouse Projects

Richard T. Walker
in defiance of being here, 2013
Longhouse Projects

 

Featured Image by Longhouse Projects