In Distant Reflection photographs taken from a travel book from the 1920’s about Germany are enlarged and partially covered by iron plates drawing the mountains silhouette.
Distant Reflection is part of Alpenprojekt, which consists of three parts: the first one, related to the natural landscape of Alps and its historical and visual representation; the second, related to the post-industrial landscape of Beckton Alps (an artificial mountain made of industrial waste in London, UK), and the third part is related to the artificial mountains made of war debris in Germany that created a new topography.
Photographs and still plates with electrostatic coating
230x100cm | 200x100cm
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