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Lada Nakonechna

*1981 in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, lives in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Made inGermany / 09.11.2012 / 1 working day / 8 hours / from 8 am till 5 pm / average price per hour – 29 € Total 232 €

Made in Germany / 20.03.2013 / 1 working day /8 hours / from 8 am till 5 pm / average price per hour – 21 € Total 168 €

Made in Ukraine / 25.03.2013 / 1 working day / 8 hours / from 8 am till 5 pm / average price per hour - 18 UAH Total 144 UAH

Rescue Plan

It was during the Renaissance that artists discovered the seductive power of illusionistic representations, which transformed solid walls into endless pictorial spaces. The 'Rescue Plan' also creates such views. The work has been drawn directly with a fine pencil onto the wall next to the three staircases of the corridor at the Headquarter of Deutsche Telekom in Bonn. Each time the view is slightly modified. The starting point is the ground plan of the corridor, which is reproduced in a different perspective. The artist embedded different images into the rescue plan that change accordingly to the different perspectives: a river scene, an idyllic landscape - a picture from the time of Socialist Realism in the Ukraine and one motif from the office building in Bonn. The inserted plates are printed with a geometric raster from a digital program for image processing. They refer to the current tool for generating virtual pictorial worlds and contrast deliberately with the fine hand-drawn drawings.

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