Literature

Online Literature with Irmi Horn

Irmi Horn

As the lockdown prevents the planned FILMKUNST programme:  Ciné privé/ZimmerKino – only with personal invitation via newsletter and registration at least 2 hours before the programme starts at kunstGarten@mur.at or 0316262787!) We can show many films in OmU. Donations welcome! A cat lives in the kunstGarten, ducks and bees in the garden … here is a substitute programme with Irmi Horn in the kunstGartenLIBRARY by click:

THE JOURNEY TO THE LIGHT TOWER I The Window: 9/10
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tlPtJuJX0g&feature=youtu.be 

Virginia Woolf was born Adeline Virginia Stephen in London on 25 January 1882. She worked as a writer and critic from an early age. By the end of the 1920s she was internationally known and successful, writing novels such as “Mrs Dalloway”, “The Trip to the Lighthouse” in 1931 and “The Waves”. To this day, Woolf is considered one of the most influential feminist authors of the last century and a pioneer of literary modernism. She loses her mother at the age of 13, her half-sister at 15, her father at 24. In Journey to the Lighthouse, she works through these experiences.