Therapy Flowers Compilation

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Therapy Flowers Compilation

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  1. 1 - Cucina Povera - Kimppu 7:43
  2. 2 - Jannis Carbotta - Alles Licht aufsaugen mit den Augen 1:02
  3. 3 - Mazzo - Dreaming Tree 4:45
  4. 4 - Benedikt Frey - Triadic Ballet Excerpt pt. 3 3:52
  5. 5 - Conny Frischauf - Im Sog des Risikos 6:19
  6. 6 - Museum of No Art - Soften Yourself in my Liquidness 5:41
  7. 7 - Houschyar - Réveille-Toi Appelle-Moi 4:35
  8. 8 - Tableau Vivant - Soft Commodity 6:03
  9. 9 - Anatolian Weapons - Onwards 4:57
  10. 10 - Bartellow & Lukas Rabe - LAGO 10:50
  11. 11 - Globus - The Purple Harvest 5:30
  12. 12 - Emanuel Mooner - Nächtliche Aktivitäten 6:20

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why we love this

A very beautiful project coupled with an equally beautiful genre-bending soundtrack.

about the photo book & compilation

With Therapy Flowers, the Cologne-based literary scholar and art historian Michaela Predeick provides a photographic artefact of psychotherapy. In this volume she collects 60 photographs of bouquets and flower arrangements taken in the waiting room of a psychotherapeutic practice in Cologne. The number of pictures is not arbitrary but results from the number of sessions that the statutory health insurance companies grants for initial applications for long-term therapy for behavioral therapies. Within this contingent of hours, work is done to improve the mental health of the patients and thus to increase their quality of life.

Predeick's photographs, meanwhile, focus on a seemingly minor aspect of the weekly therapy visit: the design of the waiting area of the practice. Each conversation with the therapist is preceded by a short and "wordless encounter" with a fresh bouquet of flowers, which she captures in a photographic picture.

The photographs are accompanied by a soundtrack compiled by the Kame House label in the form of an enclosed CD with twelve tracks that illuminate various aspects of the interrelation between flowers, photos and psychotherapeutic measures. The musical spectrum here ranges from abstract listening to the literal floral music of the Munich-based composer and artist Emanuel "Mooner" Günther, who translates the nocturnal activities of a small apple tree into sounds.

Published on October 10, 2020, World Mental Health Day.

why we love this

A very beautiful project coupled with an equally beautiful genre-bending soundtrack.

about the photo book & compilation

With Therapy Flowers, the Cologne-based literary scholar and art historian Michaela Predeick provides a photographic artefact of psychotherapy. In this volume she collects 60 photographs of bouquets and flower arrangements taken in the waiting room of a psychotherapeutic practice in Cologne. The number of pictures is not arbitrary but results from the number of sessions that the statutory health insurance companies grants for initial applications for long-term therapy for behavioral therapies. Within this contingent of hours, work is done to improve the mental health of the patients and thus to increase their quality of life.

Predeick's photographs, meanwhile, focus on a seemingly minor aspect of the weekly therapy visit: the design of the waiting area of the practice. Each conversation with the therapist is preceded by a short and "wordless encounter" with a fresh bouquet of flowers, which she captures in a photographic picture.

The photographs are accompanied by a soundtrack compiled by the Kame House label in the form of an enclosed CD with twelve tracks that illuminate various aspects of the interrelation between flowers, photos and psychotherapeutic measures. The musical spectrum here ranges from abstract listening to the literal floral music of the Munich-based composer and artist Emanuel "Mooner" Günther, who translates the nocturnal activities of a small apple tree into sounds.

Published on October 10, 2020, World Mental Health Day.

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