PRIMA MATERIA

 

„Prima Materia“ is a creation of objects that are taking and giving energy on a spiritual and metaphysical level. Whereas everything is a creation of atoms, even emotions or thoughts are pure energy.

 

The artwork carries an undefinable energy within itself. It‘s generating a change of feelings which can also be defined as life energy. This feeling level is still unclear. One of the inspirations is Wilhelm Reich who was a German psychoanalyst and who has worked with Orgone Energy. He tried to show the birth and the exploration of life energy out of nothing. Eyrich von Motz  try to explore the perceptions of different faiths in order to perceive the unexplainable and try to create new objects out of this approach. Like Wilhelm Reich, Eyrich von Motz searches for a method to release the energy into the human being. In „Prima Materia“ they try to explore the ideologies of many spiritual cultures to be able to create energetic forms from the fundamental knowledge and technics. Just like Willhelm Reich with his „Orgone Machine” which was used to be unleashed in humans. The Orgone Machine - Cosmic Orgone Engineering - is an energy object that Wilhelm Reich created for changing the atmosphere or for healing cancer. He believed that it could unblock energy in the atmosphere and cause rain. Reich established the term „orgone“ – from „orgasm“ and „organism“ – a biological energy, that he had discovered, which he said others called God.

PRIMA MATERIA Installation few, 2017

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