De Occulta Philosophia Trailer

De Occulta Philosophia Trailer (1983)

01 January 1983 3 mins

The confrontation with philosophical and mythical themes was among the central motives in the work by Gabór Bódy. In De occulta philosophia, visualizing a secret knowledge concerning the nature of man with direct references to the Renaissance and Leonardo da Vinci, precisely the treatise of Agrippa von Nettesheim of the same name, is reworked to a disassociating geometry. The use of laser beams structures the duration of the tape, which evolved from a collaboration with Llurex (Egon Bunne) at the dffb in Berlin, and was also published in the context of the video magazine Infermental, of which Bódy was one of the founders.

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Hungary 01 January 1983

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