botanic prints

Art walk to Teufelsberg

Botanic print on A3 recyceled artist paper; rose, tree of haeven and pellitory-of-the-wall in onion and pomegranate peel dye, 2020

Botanic print on A3 recyceled artist paper; pellitory-of-the-wall,  tansy, holly and goldenrod in onion and pomegranate peel dye, 2020

Created after a very inspiring community walk with the artist Reinhard Krehl from Georg-Kolbe-Museum to Teufelsberg in Berlin.

Art walk to Teufelsberg

Botanic print on A3 recyceled artist paper; rose, tree of haeven and pellitory-of-the-wall in onion and pomegranate peel dye, 2020

Botanic print on A3 recyceled artist paper; pellitory-of-the-wall,  tansy, holly and goldenrod in onion and pomegranate peel dye, 2020

Created after an inspiring community walk with the artist Reinhard Krehl from Georg-Kolbe-Museum to Teufelsberg in Berlin.

Chestnutleaves in the city grid

Zine from botanic prints with chestnut and lime leaves and perforated plates in chestnut leaves dye on A4 recyceled artist paper, bound into two A5-booklets with chestnutdyed silk thread,
2020

Created in The Only Artist-Programm at Bauhaus Reuse Pavillion on Ernst-Reuter-Platz. There are 8 chestnut trees and 5 lime trees growing on the middle island of a roundabout designed in grid structures and circled by heavy traffic, also square flower beds.

Literary walks

On Tempelhofer Feld

On Tempelhofer Feld 1+2 in the exhibition “Footstep on Uoo”, botanic print on A4 recycled artist paper, birchtree and rose leaves in avocado peel dye, 2020

Created after a literary walk on Templhofer Feld, the huge Berlin free space shaped by the past as an imperial troop deployment area and Nazi airport – within the project “a creative-anarchist urban escape chronicle”.

Literary walks

On Tempelhofer Feld

On Tempelhofer Feld 1+2 in the exhibition “Footstep on Uoo”, botanic print on A4 recycled artist paper, birchtree and rose leaves in avocado peel dye, 2020

Created after a literary walk on Templhofer Feld, the huge Berliner free space shaped by the past as an imperial troop deployment area and Nazi airport  – within the project “a creative-anarchist urban escape chronicle”.

Dialogue in the morning and Dialogue in the evening

botanic prints on organic cotton batiste 67*30 cm, autumnleaves in logwood dye 2020

Created after another literary walk from Oderstraßenbrücke to Neuer Jacobsfriedhof in Berlin-Neukölln, within the framework of the project “a creative-anarchist urban escape chronicle” .

Who is Garuda?

botanic print on A3 recyceled artist paper, madder pieces, robinia, plane and rose leaves in avocado peel dye, 2020

Created in relation to the performance of Ariel William Orah and Bilawa Respati of the Berlin based Indonesian art collective Soydivison on the Indonesian day of independence festival at Tempelhofer Feld in Berlin – about the conflicting layers of associations connected to Garuda.

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Dialogue in the morning and Dialogue in the evening

Botanische Drucke auf Bio-Baumwollbatist 67*30 cm, Herbstblätter in Blauholzfarbe 2020

Created after another literary walk within the framework of the project “a creative-anarchist urban escape chronicle”, from Oderstraßenbrücke  to Neuer Jacobsfriedhof in Berlin-Neukölln.

Grab meiner Mutter: Bepflanzung durch Mensch und Natur 1
Botanischer Druck auf A3 recyceltem Papier in Zwiebel/Granatapfelschalenfärbebad, 2020
Grab meiner Mutter: Bepflanzung durch Mensch und Natur 4
Botanischer Druck auf A3 recyceltem Papier in Zwiebel/Granatapfelschalenfärbebad, 2020

Zwiegespräch am Morgen und Zwiegespräch am Abend

Das Zusammenspiel von gepflanzten und wild gewachsenen Pflanzen auf dem Grab meiner Mutter auf dem Friedhof an der Onkel-Tom-Straße in Zehlendorf. Wir hatten einen Bogen aus Hornveilchen und Mühlenbeckia gepflanzt, später im Zentrum eine verzweigte Sonnenblume.
Bald sind auch noch viele andere Pflanzenschönheiten dort gewachsen, Eichenbäumchen, Hirse und andere Gräser, Ackerwinden mit ihren herzförmigen Blättern…eine Harmonie, die im Leben schwer zu erreichen war.