Gretchen Faust - Wall Tattoos 1987-1990 flac album
Title: Wall Tattoos 1987-1990
Style: Field Recording
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Akercocke's "Marguerite & Gretchen" (from the album Rape of the Bastard Nazarene, 1999); the band's name is taken from the talking Capuchin monkey in Robert Nye's Faust. Current 93's album Faust (2000), based on a story by Count Eric Stenbock. The Trans-Siberian Orchestra's Beethoven's Last Night (2000). Secret Sphere's "Dr. Faustus" (from the album A Time Never Come, 2001).
Gretchen Faust, born in 1961 in Massachusetts, is an American artist based in Devon, UK, who creates sculptures. She is best known for Wall Tattoos, 1987, which consist of enigmatic texts inscribed with the point of an ice pick. We provide art lovers and art collectors with one of the best places on the planet to discover modern and contemporary art. We aim at providing better value for money than most.
Margarete, is alone in her room, sitting at her spinning-wheel. She sings about her heavy heart, how peace has fled from her never to be found, and how upset she is. All her thoughts fall to Faust: his poise, nobility, and fascinating words. Were he to kiss her now, she says, she’d swoon and die. Margarete is distraught that her lover has abandoned her. Being with Faust again would make her so happy that she could die in peace. But, as we will see, being with Faust again leads not to joy but tragedy.
Find a Gretchen Faust (3) - Wall Tattoos first pressing or reissue. Complete your Gretchen Faust (3) collection. Gretchen Faust, born in 1961, is an American sculptor, based in Devon, UK, best known for Wall Tattoos sculpture, which consist of enigmatic texts.
Gretchen confesses her love to Faust, but she knows instinctively that his companion (Mephistopheles) has improper motives. Faust's monologue is juxtaposed with Gretchen's soliloquy at the spinning wheel in the following scene. This monologue is connected thematically with Faust's opening monologue in his study; he directly addresses the Earth Spirit. Gretchen is at her spinning wheel, thinking of Faust. The text of this scene was notably put to music by Franz Schubert in the lied Gretchen am Spinnrade, Op. 2, D. 118 (1814).
Wall Tattoos Art, Skopje, Macedonia.
Gretchen Faust is an artist and performer. She’s had multiple solo exhibitions at the Pat Hearn Gal- lery in NYC and Greengrassi in London, where she is currently represented. She has performed at the Franklin Furnace and the Jack Tilton Gal- lery in NYC. She wrote regularly for Art Forum in the 1980s and 1990s, and now resides in Totnes, England. all photographs by Gretchen Faust.
Album · 1986 · 3 Songs. A Faust Symphony S. 108: II. Gretchen. James Conlon & Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. 3. 108: III. Mephistopheles - Final Chorus.
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