THE UNNAMED SIGNALED : " THE NECESSITY OF TRANSLATION MAY BE A NECESSITY OF REFORMULATION" @ BALATORIUM, DISTURBED WATERS EXIBITON, HOUSE OF ARTS VESZPRÉM, HU
It is the complexity, density, specific or personal consistency of the containers that also changes its physiognomy in the processes of transformulation.
The peak of the biocentrist era in the 19th and early 20th centuries coincided with the rediscovery of alchemy. Raoul Francé’s wife, Annie Harrar, also a microbiologist and one of the first founders of the science of composting, wrote a whole monograph on Paracelsus and the scientific validity of his alchemical worldview.
Alchemy is experimenting with analogies and the science of transformulations.
In the alchemical procedure, the process of distillation to obtain new substances is carried out through an alembic vessel system, where two distillation containers are connected by a tube.
In the alchemists’ pursuit of fusion, where they sought to transcend the opposites of duality to create a new, more complete quality, always by mediation and always by the amalgamation of qualities.
It does not separate, it does not disinfect, it does rot together.
Detail from an essay: R. F.: Patent No. 723730
unnamed 40. (130x75cm, oil on canvas)
unnamed 41. oil on canvas, 50x80cm