On the periphery of eastern Slovenia there is a lovely landscape hiding a deep secret. What kind of RESONANCE is persuading this old tale of noble knighthood to re-emerge out of the ancient ruins, castles, monasteries, chapels, valleys, hills, forests, fields, rivers, wells, caves and human dwellings?
The call of holy grail
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I am standing on the terrace of castle Borl-Ankenstein and looking back on 42 years of the IDRIART movement. Looking back through the memory of the old tower, to the knight Parzival and his time in the 9th century; His response to the call of the Grail.
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In 2019 The IDRIART Movement will reach 42 years of its „pilgrimage“ around the world. Over 200 festivals unfolded motivating thousands of participants to „pack their suitcases“ and travel with the artists to crisis areas everywhere, to celebrate meetings of cultures with the local population, turning crisis to new opportunities. – Why this type of festivals?…
Slovenian landscape is associated with Parzival in many ways. It is not just the fact that Slovenia, as Parzival as an individual, is itself geographically and culturally uniting east and west, the northern formative and southern life-giving forces, but it is also specifically mentioned in the content and an essential part Eschenbach’s epic Parzival. To…
Around the year 1212 Wolfram von Eschenbach (1160 – 1220) created a magnificent epic about Parzival, Knights of the Round Table and the search for the Holy Grail. The 24,812 verses of the medieval epic story written in high German language a mysterious story about finding the human sense of spiritual growth, love, grief, growing up, and wisdom is hidden.…
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“Now tell we of strange adventures
thro´which joy shall be waxen low,
And yet pride shall
grow the greater,
of the twain doth this story show.”
From Parzival, a knightly epos
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