Schloß Zeilitzheim, 2011
The barok castle Zeilitzheim, which belongs to the family von Halem, is located in Bavaria in a very small village in the middle of the german countryside. Besides being the residency of the family, it is a place where many cultural events take place, such as classical concerts, lectures, exhibitions or conferences, etc. The visitors can also stay there overnight. Each room as a name which is related to the story of the castle and of the family.
Rosário Rebello de Andrade was invited to create a special event that should celebrate a "encounter with Portugal". In her intervention RRA creates a "path" for the viewer to follow that should lead him in the discovering of the program offered in this event. At the end of this path, one film presents one person reading german for the first time in his life, a poem from the portuguese writer Fernando Pessoa.
hanging heart, 2003 (2011). red clay. 13 x 9,5 x 7 cm
red tree on barock stone sculpture, 2011. Árvore vermelha s/ escultura barroca, 2011 Fimo polymer clay 11 x 9 x 7 cm
Marina von Halem hanging in her family tree, 2011. oil on copper. 7 x 5 cm
sky over Zeilitzheim, 2011. oil and wax on canvas 50 x45 xm
oil and wax on canvas 50 x45 xm
after Dantes' Divine Comedy. tripthych, oil on copper 11 x 7 cm each
hanging on the entrance of Fox von Bimbach room. oil on copper, 2011. 8 x 7 cm
hanging on the entrance from Beatrix von Bodenlauben room. 10 x 5,3 cm
hanging at the entrance of Maria Stuart room. oil on copper 15,2 x 10 cm
on salamander, 2003 (2011). clay 50 x 27 x 30 cm
ancestors of the family von Halem with hanging paintings.
oil on wood. 15 x 12 cm je / cada