Difference between one who knows and one who undergoes

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Abstract

The garden gnomes we know today first appeared in the 1870s in Germany and originally portrayed the figure of the hard-working miner with pickaxe and wheelbarrow. The actual figurine is however a useless ornament. In this performance a garden gnome celebrates his actual, ornamental self and calls for universal uselessness.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 24 Aug 2013
Eventother - Vogelfrei, Darmstadt Germany, 30 Aug - 1 September 2013
Duration: 24 Aug 2013 → …

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Difference between one who knows and one who undergoes. Kappenberg, Claudia (Author/Creator). 2013. Event: other, Vogelfrei, Darmstadt Germany, 30 Aug - 1 September 2013.

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