Wittgenstein's Ladder

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By:norbert francis attard
Architecture, Conceptual, Installation, Mixed Media, Sculpture
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Wittgenstein's Ladder

Chemin d'Art,  Artistic Director: Andre Maigne. Saint-Flour, France, 2010.   A propped up illusion of a tool which appears to have a function but which in reality only possesses form and meaning. This luminous ladder is there to remind us of the light at the end of the tunnel; of the overcoming of obstacles; of the phases in life. This ladder need not be fixed to any one space, site or context but can be adapted, reinterpreted and relocated to suit several.    Just as Wittgenstein used the ladder as a metaphor to signify the transcendence of his propositions; Attard has devised his own ladder to manifest a similar premise to Wittgenstein’s - yet through physical rather than linguistic means.

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