Wilhelm Scherübl normally works in Radstatt and Vienna and came to Huntly during the summer of 2000.
Wilhelm is interested in some of the most fundamental questions of existence. What holds nature and society together? What is the role of time?
Nature, life and human presence is read and understood by us through a process of Apollonian enlightenment - structure. The uncertainty of nature, the infinite possibility of life and the noise of modern existence is bound by laws and processes that allow us to understand this chaos; we define our environment through its inherent systems and networks. Is a systematic presentation of nature true to its original form? Or does it remove things from nature, from their original context, so that what we end up understanding is not nature itself, but an imposed and readable, man-made system? Is nature still nature through our eyes? Is it simply an actor in our network?