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We approached the question of original and adaptation in a visual-artistic way and tried to shed more light on the concept of intertextuality. The painting Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci represents the idea of the original as a media icon and shows that it is unavoidable to work intertextually even beyond the music.
In our experimental arrangement, each page shows a different visual adaptation of the painting. In our experimental arrangement, each page shows a different visual adaptation of the painting. The degree of distortion varies greatly and in the end even so much that the supposed original can no longer be identified. Despite this fact, every previous image remains in the next and grows into an infinite hermeneutic spiral, which represents visual intertextuality for us.