... bump themselves off at the end of the story!"
("The Boys In The Band", William Friedkin, 1970, dialogue by Mart Crowley)


My art is also about total breakdown, collapse and widely neglected states of consciousness woven out of various unloved human emotions. It is about the construction of reality, situations of being bereft of all hopes and about the uprise and the fall of powers, whether they are of insubstantial or of material quality ... altogether with love, sensuality, lust and our intellectual and spiritual potentials it exposes the constant human condition of being exposed to a force, which is simply making us capable of expanding and exploring our horizon, where there is nothing, but the individual heart.

(C I R - 2008)




TO THE CURRENT COPYRIGHT-SITUATION:


1) The exhibition of all works shown on the CIR- site have been made possible if necessary by copyright consent. The rights to use, to publish and to broadcast these audio-visual creations have been provided under the tacit assumption, by implied contract, viva voce or in writing.

2) If you should nevertheless come along any misinterpreted form of copyright exposure during your interest in the CIR-site, then please do inform us as soon as ever possible, so that we can immediately adjust an overlooked failing.
We want to apologise already upfront on this spot, if such a circumstance should ever take place, for to err is human.

3) The neologism "CIR" and its complete visual appearence are both part of an officially registered and also therewith legally protected trademark.

  

... bump themselves off at the end of the story!"
("The Boys In The Band", William Friedkin, 1970, dialogue by Mart Crowley)


My art is also about total breakdown, collapse and widely neglected states of consciousness woven out of various unloved human emotions. It is about the construction of reality, situations of being bereft of all hopes and about the uprise and the fall of powers, whether they are of insubstantial or of material quality ... altogether with love, sensuality, lust and our intellectual and spiritual potentials it exposes the constant human condition of being exposed to a force, which is simply making us capable of expanding and exploring our horizon, where there is nothing, but the individual heart.

(C I R - 2008)




TO THE CURRENT COPYRIGHT-SITUATION:


1) The exhibition of all works shown on the CIR- site have been made possible if necessary by copyright consent. The rights to use, to publish and to broadcast these audio-visual creations have been provided under the tacit assumption, by implied contract, viva voce or in writing.

2) If you should nevertheless come along any misinterpreted form of copyright exposure during your interest in the CIR-site, then please do inform us as soon as ever possible, so that we can immediately adjust an overlooked failing.
We want to apologise already upfront on this spot, if such a circumstance should ever take place, for to err is human.

3) The neologism "CIR" and its complete visual appearence are both part of an officially registered and also therewith legally protected trademark.