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collaboration [2017/10/17 12:00] (current)
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 A collaboration with [[http://​www.manuelaunverdorben.de | Manuela Unverdorben]] ​ A collaboration with [[http://​www.manuelaunverdorben.de | Manuela Unverdorben]] ​
  
-** "The second incident we found when browsing through recently declassified CIA archives. An evidence of testing the “Tesla Time Machine” (teslin vremeplov) by former Yugoslavian scientiests in the 50s. The machine makes it possible to travel back in history via accelerating the zero point energy and thus passing radio-waves. Even the technical assembly was quite advanced then, with our contemporary skills and possibilities,​ it was feasible to set up a replica and rediscover radio programs, e.g. broadcasted for partisans."​ **+** "The second incident we found when browsing through recently declassified CIA archives. An evidence of testing the “Tesla Time Machine” (teslin vremeplov) by former Yugoslavian scientiests in the 50s. The machine makes it possible to travel back in history via accelerating the zero point energy and thus passing radio-waves. Even the technical assembly was quite advanced then, with our contemporary skills and possibilities,​ it was feasible to set up a replica and rediscover radio programs, e.g. broadcasted for partisans."​ ** 
  
-.+See also [[Sculpture]]
  
  ​{{:​img_4839.jpg?​300x200| Manuela Unverdorben and Ralf Homann}} {{:​img_4840.jpg?​300x200| Manuela Unverdorben und Ralf Homann}} {{:​tesla_1_t.jpg| French philosopher Jacques Rancière listening to the Tesla Time Machine in Bruxelles, Université d'​Europe}} {{:​tesla_3_t.jpg| Star-factor coil, the heart of fomer Yugoslavian Tesla Time Machine}} {{:​tesla_2_t.jpg|CIA document, reporting on former Yugoslavian experiments on Tesla Time Machine in the 50s}} {{:​tesla_4_t.jpg| Central Resistance and Monitoring Unit of the Tesla Time Machine}} {{:​tesla_6_t.jpg| Replica of Tesla Time Machine (Detail)}}  ​{{:​img_4839.jpg?​300x200| Manuela Unverdorben and Ralf Homann}} {{:​img_4840.jpg?​300x200| Manuela Unverdorben und Ralf Homann}} {{:​tesla_1_t.jpg| French philosopher Jacques Rancière listening to the Tesla Time Machine in Bruxelles, Université d'​Europe}} {{:​tesla_3_t.jpg| Star-factor coil, the heart of fomer Yugoslavian Tesla Time Machine}} {{:​tesla_2_t.jpg|CIA document, reporting on former Yugoslavian experiments on Tesla Time Machine in the 50s}} {{:​tesla_4_t.jpg| Central Resistance and Monitoring Unit of the Tesla Time Machine}} {{:​tesla_6_t.jpg| Replica of Tesla Time Machine (Detail)}}
  
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 +===== Movements of Migration =====
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 +[[http://​www.movements-of-migration.org/​cms/​ | Movements of Migration]] is a collaboration with the [[http://​www.uni-goettingen.de/​de/​127644.html | Georg-August-Universität Göttingen]],​ Germany and the [[http://​www.kunstvereingoettingen.de/​ausstellungen/​movements-of-migration/​ | Kunstverein Göttingen]].
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 +{{:​collaboration_movements_of_migration_img_6326.jpg?​300x200 | Archive Movements of Migration - Sculptures (Archive Units) by Ralf Homann, Drawing (Wall) by Florian Wüst}}
  
- +{{:​griechische-gastarbeiterinnen-in-der-grosskueche-des-uniklinikums-in-den-1960er-jahren_photo-von-privat-273x200.jpg | Archive Movements of Migration - Greek immigrant workers in the Göttingen university hospital catering establishment}}