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Pillars 1.III - The Ebon Kteis by wiebkerost
Pillars 1.III - The Ebon Kteis
Peak inside Pillars 1.III - The Ebon Kteis, out now via Anathema Publishing

The journal includes my 11 page article on the Mandrake, entitled 'Regina Amandrakina – Exploration of the Image and Strange Idol', in which I delve into the concepts and personal motivations behind one of my artworks. The topic is also inspired by the many question I keep receiving about the Mandrake. So now all those, who asked me questions, receive 11 pages food for thought - and of course everybody else is welcome to read this as well, because it’s a heart piece and will help you understand how and why I do what I do! :)

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Pillars Journal 1.III - 'The Ebon Kteis' is out now via Anathema Publishing and as of now there are less than 60 copies left.

The journal contains my very first published essay, Regina Amandrakina – Exploration of the Image and Strange Idol, in which I delve into the concepts and personal motivations behind one of my artworks. The topic is also inspired by the many question I keep receiving about the Mandrake. So now all those, who asked me questions, receive 11 pages food for thought - and of course everybody else is welcome to read this as well, because it’s a heart piece and will help you understand how and why I do what I do!

Concerning the journal: as with the previous Pillars issues, this one has become again a masterpiece of editing and type setting. It’s obvious there was put again a lot of thought into the editing and arrangement of the different contributions. Photos, art and texts by different authors come together and compliment each other seamlessly. Also the line breaks and paragraphs of written contributions are arranged thoughtfully. Besides this the bronze print on the cover compliments the vibe and aura of this tome just perfectly.

“‘The Ebon Kteis’ is a journey back into Darkness; somber in tone than its older siblings and aiming to be more of a visual feast to inspire Minds & spark the Sacred Flame Within.”

But it is not only the visual side that is utterly appealing about this publication. Anathema has specialised in bringing together artists, occultists and lonesome wolves, which, as different and individual each of them may be, share a mutual vision and idea of truth and searching. And there is another interesting aspect that emerges once you skim through the pages. The topic was given, but each contributor works independently and usually there would not be much interaction, yet each piece of art and writing seems to harmonize with the other, as if led and guided by the same spirits. This is the subtle magic of Pillars, which strikes me with each new release.

This issue is the last in the series (though a new volume, with different outfit is planned). There are once again 230 copies available, and as I'm writing it's less then 60 left. So better hurry, least you’ll have to spend ten times as much, once the sold out publication ends up on eBay!

Pillars 1.III – The Ebon Kteis | out January 2015 |via www.anathemapublishing.com/
Auferstehungskirche by wiebkerost
Auferstehungskirche
We spent this New Year’s in a small church in Dresden Plauen. It’s been my dream to see this church from the inside for years. I was told it had a beautiful art nouveau interior but little could I know… The history of this church dates back to the 12th century. There are still Gothic and Baroque elements to be found. E.g. the baptismal font and crucifix over the lectern date back to the 17th century. The main building is however a unique example of Art Nouveau architecture. It was built at the beginning of the 20th century under architects Lossow and Viehweger. The church, which was formerly known as Michaeliskirche, was then renamed and is since called Auferstehungskirche. Angel faces all around the quire remind of the church’s former name. Apart from the windows and church bells the building was not damaged during WWII. On the 1st of July 1945 the Dresdner Kreuzchor gave here their first concert after the war. During the 50ies the stucco of the entire choir was removed and the windows bricked up. In 1985 a new organ was installed behind the front of the old organ. After 1989 the windows around the choir were re-opened and the walls painted new. The altar room also received new windows, which were designed by artist Wolfgang Korn (Dresden). Lastly the tower and roof were restored. Today the church counts amongst the most beautiful churches of Dresden. The wooden art nouveau elements are indeed a special treat and remind of the wood carvings found in stave churches. I do in fact not know any other church that would show a similar, almost cinematic architecture, which came to life even more, when the organ started playing…

More photos, art and articles on my website www.wiebkerost.com

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Auferstehungskirche by wiebkerost
Auferstehungskirche
We spent this New Year’s in a small church in Dresden Plauen. It’s been my dream to see this church from the inside for years. I was told it had a beautiful art nouveau interior but little could I know… The history of this church dates back to the 12th century. There are still Gothic and Baroque elements to be found. E.g. the baptismal font and crucifix over the lectern date back to the 17th century. The main building is however a unique example of Art Nouveau architecture. It was built at the beginning of the 20th century under architects Lossow and Viehweger. The church, which was formerly known as Michaeliskirche, was then renamed and is since called Auferstehungskirche. Angel faces all around the quire remind of the church’s former name. Apart from the windows and church bells the building was not damaged during WWII. On the 1st of July 1945 the Dresdner Kreuzchor gave here their first concert after the war. During the 50ies the stucco of the entire choir was removed and the windows bricked up. In 1985 a new organ was installed behind the front of the old organ. After 1989 the windows around the choir were re-opened and the walls painted new. The altar room also received new windows, which were designed by artist Wolfgang Korn (Dresden). Lastly the tower and roof were restored. Today the church counts amongst the most beautiful churches of Dresden. The wooden art nouveau elements are indeed a special treat and remind of the wood carvings found in stave churches. I do in fact not know any other church that would show a similar, almost cinematic architecture, which came to life even more, when the organ started playing…

More photos, art and articles on my website www.wiebkerost.com

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Auferstehungskirche, Orgel by wiebkerost
Auferstehungskirche, Orgel
We spent this New Year’s in a small church in Dresden Plauen. It’s been my dream to see this church from the inside for years. I was told it had a beautiful art nouveau interior but little could I know… The history of this church dates back to the 12th century. There are still Gothic and Baroque elements to be found. E.g. the baptismal font and crucifix over the lectern date back to the 17th century. The main building is however a unique example of Art Nouveau architecture. It was built at the beginning of the 20th century under architects Lossow and Viehweger. The church, which was formerly known as Michaeliskirche, was then renamed and is since called Auferstehungskirche. Angel faces all around the quire remind of the church’s former name. Apart from the windows and church bells the building was not damaged during WWII. On the 1st of July 1945 the Dresdner Kreuzchor gave here their first concert after the war. During the 50ies the stucco of the entire choir was removed and the windows bricked up. In 1985 a new organ was installed behind the front of the old organ. After 1989 the windows around the choir were re-opened and the walls painted new. The altar room also received new windows, which were designed by artist Wolfgang Korn (Dresden). Lastly the tower and roof were restored. Today the church counts amongst the most beautiful churches of Dresden. The wooden art nouveau elements are indeed a special treat and remind of the wood carvings found in stave churches. I do in fact not know any other church that would show a similar, almost cinematic architecture, which came to life even more, when the organ started playing…

More photos, art and articles on my website www.wiebkerost.com

You find me also on:
Facebook facebook.com/Teufelskunst
Pinterest pinterest.com/wiebkerost/
Tumblr teufelskunst.tumblr.com/
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IMG 0349 copy+ by wiebkerost IMG 0319 copy by wiebkerost

Pillars Journal 1.III - 'The Ebon Kteis' is out now via Anathema Publishing and as of now there are less than 60 copies left.

The journal contains my very first published essay, Regina Amandrakina – Exploration of the Image and Strange Idol, in which I delve into the concepts and personal motivations behind one of my artworks. The topic is also inspired by the many question I keep receiving about the Mandrake. So now all those, who asked me questions, receive 11 pages food for thought - and of course everybody else is welcome to read this as well, because it’s a heart piece and will help you understand how and why I do what I do!

Concerning the journal: as with the previous Pillars issues, this one has become again a masterpiece of editing and type setting. It’s obvious there was put again a lot of thought into the editing and arrangement of the different contributions. Photos, art and texts by different authors come together and compliment each other seamlessly. Also the line breaks and paragraphs of written contributions are arranged thoughtfully. Besides this the bronze print on the cover compliments the vibe and aura of this tome just perfectly.

“‘The Ebon Kteis’ is a journey back into Darkness; somber in tone than its older siblings and aiming to be more of a visual feast to inspire Minds & spark the Sacred Flame Within.”

But it is not only the visual side that is utterly appealing about this publication. Anathema has specialised in bringing together artists, occultists and lonesome wolves, which, as different and individual each of them may be, share a mutual vision and idea of truth and searching. And there is another interesting aspect that emerges once you skim through the pages. The topic was given, but each contributor works independently and usually there would not be much interaction, yet each piece of art and writing seems to harmonize with the other, as if led and guided by the same spirits. This is the subtle magic of Pillars, which strikes me with each new release.

This issue is the last in the series (though a new volume, with different outfit is planned). There are once again 230 copies available, and as I'm writing it's less then 60 left. So better hurry, least you’ll have to spend ten times as much, once the sold out publication ends up on eBay!

Pillars 1.III – The Ebon Kteis | out January 2015 |via www.anathemapublishing.com/

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2001-2006 study at medical university Dresden, tutor in anatomy, biology and physiology
2003 - 2005 freelance photograph and write for two german music magazines
2005 - 2006 relocate to Sweden, photograph for the band Dissection
2006 - 2009 illustrating books; topics: death, concrete spiritual working systems
2009 - 2012 begin working in other media; register as a self-employed artist
2012 - establish Teufelskunst (growing online art business), Pillars Periodical Journal I: illustrations
2014 - 'Magical Arte' London exhibition: photography and art; Pillars Periodical III: illustration, photography and conceptual writing

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