the sustainability series is ongoing. It is about environmental pollution and uses most of the time upcycled / abandoned materials like floppy disk, hard drive parts, computer parts, printed circuit boards, etc.
Atomic power, or nuclear power plants, are as obsolete as the floppy disks their symbols are printed on.
GAU - German for maximum credible accident.
We sending our troups to foreign countries for protecting ourself and to protect our interests.
ISO Octane - as obsolete as the floppy disks I print on
Don't underestimate the force of nature. Buying more stuff, stuffing our flats and houses and attics just to posses.
Again the Ruhrgebiet industry presented by their chimneys and the corresponding smoke.
The broken lines of energy supply. What will happen if the energy supply will break down? Will we kill each other for the sake of having energy?…
When I first saw the Ruhrgebiet (Ruhr area, Germany) from one of the remaining mining waste tip I recognized all the chimneys.
When I first saw the Ruhrgebiet (Ruhr-Area, Germany) from one of the remaining slag heaps I recognized all the…
Mirror, Mirror on the wall - who is the sustainabelst of them all? Art made of Hard drive parts
Trust - but whom? Do you trust multi nationals, or do you trust huge companies? Do you trust Monsanto or Vatenfall? Whom do you trust?
We want more all the time. More new smartphones, more new computers - BUT we never think about where the more new comes from.
Germany is advanced in wind power. We have those modern "wind mills" everywhere. AND: thats good. We can't rely on fosile fuels.
Pure floppydiskism on 68 sites, printed on 200g paper. Text is in English.
The last episode of the Ruhrpott tetralogie is now online at Ruhrpott Part IV - long…