Patrick Fontana, Emeric Aelters, Pierre-Yves Fave
March 2006 - April 2006

Grenze is a project born from the work on some concepts taken from Karl Marx’s “Capital”. The text, called «units of artificial development», is broken up and separated, to be then put in relation withs forms representing their visual transposition. The animation deriving from this represents an attempt at visualizing the transformation of capital and opens a range of questions as how today’s capital catches our lives, our subjectivities.

GRENZE is a vision of the metamorphoses of the capitalist system based on Karl Marx’ “Capital”. It is a visual translation of “Capital”. It progressively unfolds a chain of metamorphic movements. Faced with the construction of an infernal and destructive mechanism, we respond with our look, our waiting, time.

Pikseliähky 2006 will premiere a Finnish version of Grenze, featuring voice samples of people reading excerpts from the book in Finnish.