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Mariusz Jochemczyk

Ad fontes. Back to Nepal - the Case of Natasza Goerke

     All "dots and places" portrayed in this article, particularly crucial in spatial and topographic planning - "here" and "there", "home" and "second home", "Asia" and "Europe", "modern" and "ancient", "Nepal" and "EU" - are consistent with oikologic and cultural qualities of the project. As a result, Nepal's topoi rumination unravels a distinctive image of those places that become a palimpsest matter, archeologic reserve that hides and preserves tropes of life [of people, animals, plants and objects] that haunt given space in another historical 'layering". Always different, locally diverse system of "the past reserves" is thus a potential budding story. The above words could certainly qualify for a working (Geopoetic) definition of cultural tradition of the region. If that is the case - the essay would be a more specific explication of the definition.

 

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