About Wolf Piece
White wolves emerge as part of a dream-like landscape at dawn. As the wolves move between branches and foliage a sense of bewilderment and bottomlessness prevails. The wolves' movements defy a clear spatial perception.
There are striking parallels to Sigmund Freud's famous case, the Wolf-Man, based on a nightmare a Russian aristocrat dreamed more than a hundred years ago:
'I realised in deep terror that some white wolves were sitting on the big walnut tree in front of the window. There were six or seven of them. The wolves were quite white and looked more like foxes or sheep-dogs, for they had big tails like foxes and had their ears pricked up like dogs when alert anlistening to something.'
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