The organic monument of the first world war
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    The organic monument of the First World war is a spacial object based on the theory of network researching. The cornerstones are geological coor… Read More
    The organic monument of the First World war is a spacial object based on the theory of network researching. The cornerstones are geological coordinates where key events of the war took place. These are physically linked by string to one another to create a network of connection expressing the relationship of cause and effect on the events through the continuity which is all of our history. The installation is more than 200 sqm big, the visitors can walk between the events, explore the connections betwwen the events of the first world war. The end result is also a 3d print, which is a 'rescale' of the installation. Concept and artwork: David Szauder Artistic realisation: Ipek Fusun Photo: Camillle Blake in the frame of Grosse Illusion, Berlin 2014 Read Less
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