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. And I dreamt of a woman suspended upside-down over a lava lake at the end of a rope. She had to go down, to collect magma. 

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The Intuitive One, 2014Black pigment ink, blue ink, dry Ophrys Speculum, organic water-based glu18 x 12 cm, Unique editionPrice on request© Eva Wollenberg Website

The Intuitive One, 2014
Black pigment ink, blue ink, dry Ophrys Speculum, organic water-based glu
18 x 12 cm, Unique edition
Price on request
© Eva Wollenberg

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SUNNSTEDE

Sound — Noise — Music.
Sunnstede is a one-man experimental musical project.
Sunnstede is organic and synthetic, implosive and explosive, raw and transformed, structured and amorphous, electric and acoustic, perpetual and volatile.

This song was recorded on march, 19th 2014 during a one-shot improvisation as a supportive incantation for dear friend & artist Eva Wollenberg. The title itself is a tribute to the star she is in love with.

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The Meal (Persephone)Vimeo - Website© Eva Wollenberg

The Meal (Persephone)
Vimeo - Website
© Eva Wollenberg

Video installation (Loop), 2014 Part of Strix Nebulosa © Eva Wollenberg

Video installation (Loop), 2014 
Part of Strix Nebulosa
© Eva Wollenberg

“When you dive deep into yourself to reach the essence of your soul you meet mankind as a whole and turn into a water drop in the ocean.”
You can discover a new long interview of mine featured on Photographic Museum of Humanity (Thank you Emma Johnson, Nicolas Janowski, Giuseppe Oliverio) Thank you to Stefan Jora also, for helping to translate my French thinking and typography into English! MORE (Serie published)

When you dive deep into yourself to reach the essence of your soul
you meet mankind as a whole and turn into a water drop in the ocean.

You can discover a new long interview of mine featured on Photographic Museum of Humanity (Thank you Emma Johnson, Nicolas Janowski, Giuseppe Oliverio) Thank you to Stefan Jora also, for helping to translate my French thinking and typography into English!

MORE (Serie published)

Feeling honored, as Dr. Emma Wagstaff, principal investigator of FRENCH POETRY &…, just added a link on their website so readers can discover my interdisciplinary approach as a poet and visual artist. Together with Dr. Nina Parish from the University of Bath, they investigate contemporary French poetic practice and especially explore the ways in which contemporary poetry in French interacts with other disciplines and media, such as the visual arts, digital technologies, music, translation and philosophy. The project will lead to various academic publications and will have a dedicated open-access website. For those who are interested, you are welcome at the event “Poetry, music, and performance”, at University of Birmingham, UK (11 July 2014). More details can be found on the website FRENCH POETRY &…

Feeling honored, as Dr. Emma Wagstaff, principal investigator of FRENCH POETRY &…, just added a link on their website so readers can discover my interdisciplinary approach as a poet and visual artist. Together with Dr. Nina Parish from the University of Bath, they investigate contemporary French poetic practice and especially explore the ways in which contemporary poetry in French interacts with other disciplines and media, such as the visual arts, digital technologies, music, translation and philosophy. The project will lead to various academic publications and will have a dedicated open-access website. For those who are interested, you are welcome at the event “Poetry, music, and performance”, at University of Birmingham, UK (11 July 2014). More details can be found on the website FRENCH POETRY &…

LensCulture’s jury rated highly my work recently and offered me an invitation-only Portfolio Account on LensCulture so it can be discovered by their audience. I feel grateful for this free huge opportunity for exposure and account will be updated slowly.
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LensCulture’s jury rated highly my work recently and offered me an invitation-only Portfolio Account on LensCulture so it can be discovered by their audience. I feel grateful for this free huge opportunity for exposure and account will be updated slowly.

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http://www.phasesmag.com/silver-mine/ Honored to see part of SILVER MINE published in the excellent Phases Magazine, I love their choices and sensitivity very much, go to discover all the other photographers, too ! Thank you Jérôme Montagne for your appreciation.

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Honored to see part of SILVER MINE published in the excellent Phases Magazine, I love their choices and sensitivity very much, go to discover all the other photographers, too ! Thank you Jérôme Montagne for your appreciation.

NOTEBOOKS | Selected pagesTexts : http://evawollenberg.com/writing/notebooks/  © Eva Wollenberg

NOTEBOOKS | Selected pages

Texts : http://evawollenberg.com/writing/notebooks/
© Eva Wollenberg

That was the deep uncanny mine of souls. Like veins of silver ore, they silently moved through its massive darkness. — Rainer Maria Rilke, ‘Orpheus. Eurydike. Hermes.’ SILVER MINE is the work of a serial dreamer. A digger journeying through nocturnal visions and the unseen. I always felt that I carry a mysterious and deep ocean within and that my dream world is a powerful forge in which my unconscious blossoms, free, raw, shocking, pure. Intuition and guidance often come to me hand in hand with Morpheus, and I have archived these precious resources for nearly two decades. Sometimes these nocturnal visions merge with everyday reality in an uncanny way, like a whale rising from the depth to breathe, which then dives again. When younger, I was a sleepwalker, and I still am, sometimes. Insomnia plagues me as well and reality starts to present strange colours in these moments. I then write, on the verge of sleeping, feeling absolutely cut from mankind, open to whatever is pouring out of my soul, feeling nobody, ecstatic. It also happens for poems to appear in my dreams, whispered by characters. Like a bridge of flesh, I always have one foot in reality and one in the unseen. Sometimes I dive in and nearly sink, have to ground my two feet in the cold earth, deeply, while the inner world becomes a golden abyss threatening to devour me. Bringing these visions to reality is a way to ground myself and explore the legitimacy of these deep needs. When faced with the depth of my inner world, reality often tastes bitter and feels hollow. By creating a bridge between these two worlds I re-enchant the outer world, rediscover it, and digest it. Texts and higher resolution images :http://evawollenberg.com/silver-mine/ © Eva Wollenberg

That was the deep uncanny mine of souls.
Like veins of silver ore, they silently
moved through its massive darkness.
— Rainer Maria Rilke, ‘Orpheus. Eurydike. Hermes.’


SILVER MINE is the work of a serial dreamer. A digger journeying through nocturnal visions and the unseen. I always felt that I carry a mysterious and deep ocean within and that my dream world is a powerful forge in which my unconscious blossoms, free, raw, shocking, pure. Intuition and guidance often come to me hand in hand with Morpheus, and I have archived these precious resources for nearly two decades. Sometimes these nocturnal visions merge with everyday reality in an uncanny way, like a whale rising from the depth to breathe, which then dives again. When younger, I was a sleepwalker, and I still am, sometimes. Insomnia plagues me as well and reality starts to present strange colours in these moments. I then write, on the verge of sleeping, feeling absolutely cut from mankind, open to whatever is pouring out of my soul, feeling nobody, ecstatic. It also happens for poems to appear in my dreams, whispered by characters. Like a bridge of flesh, I always have one foot in reality and one in the unseen. Sometimes I dive in and nearly sink, have to ground my two feet in the cold earth, deeply, while the inner world becomes a golden abyss threatening to devour me. Bringing these visions to reality is a way to ground myself and explore the legitimacy of these deep needs. When faced with the depth of my inner world, reality often tastes bitter and feels hollow. By creating a bridge between these two worlds I re-enchant the outer world, rediscover it, and digest it.


Texts and higher resolution images :
http://evawollenberg.com/silver-mine/

© Eva Wollenberg

STRIX NEBULOSA is an ode to two feelings. One, of a deep violet, shining when hidden, full of whispers and mysteries. That sensual feeling blossoms under moonlight, and during stormy weather; it is the nest of animal instincts, dangerous bites, and deep empowerment. The deep violet feeling never wants to say its name, as it prefers silence; it stares at us, untamed, and absolute. The other, of golden sun in the chest, will tear the ribcage apart. It is glorious, burning love, that turns our bodies into light. When we experience both the golden and the violet feeling we become whole.Poems and higher resolution images :http://evawollenberg.com/strix-nebulosa/© Eva Wollenberg

STRIX NEBULOSA is an ode to two feelings. One, of a deep violet, shining when hidden, full of whispers and mysteries. That sensual feeling blossoms under moonlight, and during stormy weather; it is the nest of animal instincts, dangerous bites, and deep empowerment. The deep violet feeling never wants to say its name, as it prefers silence; it stares at us, untamed, and absolute. The other, of golden sun in the chest, will tear the ribcage apart. It is glorious, burning love, that turns our bodies into light. When we experience both the golden and the violet feeling we become whole.

Poems and higher resolution images :
http://evawollenberg.com/strix-nebulosa/
© Eva Wollenberg


MOONDOGS is a work in progress by Eva Wollenberg and Tomeu Coll, as Mr Knife & Mrs Teeth, their raw alter egos. It is an imaginary and emotional exploration of their isolated lands as well as of their friendship. They journey across Badlands in the small island of Mallorca and into the French Vosges mountains, in a territory where daily life often feels like an episode of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. These geographical areas become existential stages where archetypes, illusions, and mysterious people living on the fringe blossom. Exploring creative freedom and the dreamy part of reality, they rediscover their homelands through each other’s eyes. In overly restrictive social environments, animals guide and protect them. They become symbols of their primitive selves seeking expression and integration into consciousness. As sentences from real and imaginary world merge, confusion opens new roads. To see Moondogs, one must be able to see in the dark.A moondog, moon dog, or mock moon, (scientific name paraselene, plural paraselenae, i.e. “beside the moon”) noun. par·a·se·le·ne [par-uh-si-lee-nee]), is a rare circular spot on a lunar halo caused by the refraction of moonlight by ice crystals in clouds. They are similar to sundogs, but are rarer because the moon must be bright and full so they can appear. The subtle light of moondogs doesn’t activate the cone cells of human eyes, so they seem colorless.First preview of Moondogs made public at exact full moon, 16th March 2014, at 17:08 UTC © Eva Wollenberg & Tomeu Coll / Mr Knife & Mrs Teeth

MOONDOGS is a work in progress by Eva Wollenberg and Tomeu Coll, as Mr Knife & Mrs Teeth, their raw alter egos. It is an imaginary and emotional exploration of their isolated lands as well as of their friendship. They journey across Badlands in the small island of Mallorca and into the French Vosges mountains, in a territory where daily life often feels like an episode of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. These geographical areas become existential stages where archetypes, illusions, and mysterious people living on the fringe blossom. Exploring creative freedom and the dreamy part of reality, they rediscover their homelands through each other’s eyes. In overly restrictive social environments, animals guide and protect them. They become symbols of their primitive selves seeking expression and integration into consciousness. As sentences from real and imaginary world merge, confusion opens new roads. To see Moondogs, one must be able to see in the dark.

A moondog, moon dog, or mock moon, (scientific name paraselene, plural paraselenae, i.e. “beside the moon”) noun. par·a·se·le·ne [par-uh-si-lee-nee]), is a rare circular spot on a lunar halo caused by the refraction of moonlight by ice crystals in clouds. They are similar to sundogs, but are rarer because the moon must be bright and full so they can appear. The subtle light of moondogs doesn’t activate the cone cells of human eyes, so they seem colorless.

First preview of Moondogs made public at exact full moon, 16th March 2014, at 17:08 UTC
© Eva Wollenberg & Tomeu Coll / Mr Knife & Mrs Teeth


New images added to the serie Strix Nebulosa
http://evawollenberg.com/strix-nebulosa/

© Eva wollenberg

New images added to the serie Strix Nebulosa
http://evawollenberg.com/strix-nebulosa/

© Eva wollenberg