9:40 June 27, 1992: Three (climax) "Encountering others" Kassel International Art Exhibition. 90 kg gunpowder, 1,300 m gunpowder fuses, one seismometer with 9 sensors. Monitoring cai seated at centre: electroencephalograph and elecrocardiograph 15,0
Photographis documention showing the artist sitting in the middle of a small island protected by a narrow, small moat; The artist's heart rate remained more or less the same before and after the explosions started as he sat at the middle of them.
Landscape with a central god-like dark figure and 3 people in forground, 4 people slightly behind central figure (2 on each side, one in white clothes, the other in red) and a few other in distance. On a shoreline
"Leaving England in the spring of 1847...he arrived in Rochester, New York and edited the first negro paper, The North Star. …He wrote of…the Free Soil Convention, The nomination of Van Buren, The Fugitive Slave Law and The Dred Scott...
"During the truce Toussaint is deceived and arrested by Le Clerc. Le Clerc led Toussaint to believe that he was sincere, believing that when Toussaint was out of the way, the blacks would surrender." Men with swords surround bound man.
"The cruelty of the planters led the slaves to revolt, 1776. These revolts kept cropping up from time to time--finally came to a head in the rebellion." White man slashing the back of a bound black man.