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Mein Alles


artist | Martina della Valle

2013

Mixed media / Edition of 10

40 × 40 cm / 15.7 × 15.7 in

Limited edition vinyl box:
Audio vinyl 45', booklet, BLUMEN contact print (24cm x 30cm) and DVD.

'Mein Alles' is the first episode of the collaboration with Theodor Schmidt, collector of diaries of the 19th Century.
It is a visual reflection ... Read more
Limited edition vinyl box:
Audio vinyl 45', booklet, BLUMEN contact print (24cm x 30cm) and DVD.

'Mein Alles' is the first episode of the collaboration with Theodor Schmidt, collector of diaries of the 19th Century.
It is a visual reflection on handwritten materials.

'Mein Alles' is a series of photographic contact prints posters of hand-cutted letters and a photogram of a "forgive me not" dating back to 1860. A vinyl record of the lecture of the letters has been produced to make a sound installation that accompanies the works.

Small unaddressed envelopes with red seal, delivered by a secret messenger, letters written with a tiny font: these are the love letters between the notary Anton Moser of Munich and his beloved Mathilde Althamer of Sulzbach.

As much like the two lovers, the two parts of the correspondence were separated for a long time before they found each other. In April 2008, Theodor Schmidt, a collector of diaries, bought some old letters from a private seller in Nuremberg. Three years later, he was amazed when he recognised the same handwriting on letters sold at an auction in a small town in Lower Saxony. Read less
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