Luber reflects the body as source of language, the image as the parameter of expression and the sound (such as noise, language) as medium of meaning. These various registers of human communication open in respect to each other, he does not indulge in nostalgia for a lost unity of sense. Rather, he explores, in a humorous play with with the public's expectations, the various aspects of communication. This ranges from a primal scream to the information overkill.
Book: 1 Jan 2001
Almost everything in life almost didn’t happen
Luber's work is situated at the interface of sound, image and body.
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