Kap Arkona

 

Paintings, drawings, 2013

 

 

Installation view

 

54° 40′ 35″ N, 13° 26′ 16″ O (Am Kap), particolare1, 100x120, olio su tela, 2012

Detail, oil on canvas, 100 x 120 cm, 2013

 

 

Am Kliff

Detail, graphite on paper, 17 x 21 cm, 2013

 

 

54° 40′ 35″ N, 13° 26′ 16″ O (Am Kap), particolare2, grafite su carta, 17x21cm, 2012

Detail, graphite on paper, 17 x 21 cm, 2013

 

 

Küste

Detail, graphite on paper, 17 x 21 cm, 2013
54° 40′ 35″ N, 13° 26′ 16″ O
(Am Kap)

Installation with painting and drawing (detail), 2012

The chalk cliffs of the island of Rügen in the Baltic Sea are renowned for their beauty. However, they are more and more subject to erosion due to
climate change. Cases of persons falling off the cliffs and being buried under the debris have been repeatedly reported in the media in recent years.

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