David Breuer Weil
July 14, 2022
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“Ground control to Major Tom, commencing countdown engines on, detach from station and may God's love be with you” - both film director Nick Roeg’s cult classic ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ and many of David Bowies lyrics emote a similar reaction to that of Breuer-Weil’s most powerful works, ‘Visitor I’ and ‘Visitor V’ recently installed in Berkeley Square.
Sitting on one of the parks many benches and listening to the esoteric philosophical debate that fuel the artists practice, his notebooks crammed with pencil sketches and diagrams still fresh in my mind, I mused that if last glimpse of the world was that of ‘Mayfair Sculpture Trail’s’ two visitor’s then the narrative must surely be “the planet Earth is blue and there’s nothing left to do..” D. Bowie
A really great episode, listen to it in full now.
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