Catastrophe: A Six-Step Plan is one of the six-part ‘Rate Of Loss’ series, which deals with various man-made environmental catastrophes, both figuratively and thematically. A source of fire dipped in gold-red tones makes its way from the bottom canvas, until it will finally swallow up the entire painting. From a macro perspective, you can experience how catastrophic the fires caused by climate change that affect large parts of California and, most recently, also affect southwestern Australia. When sold, part of the proceeds will go to the fight against the bushfires in Australia.

The work 01.02-29.02 is part of the exhibition “Junge Wilde” at Agon Kulturwerk, Steiningergasse 2A / Höllgasse, 94036 Passau. Visits are possible from Tue-Sun, 3 to 6 PM.


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Dimensions 100 × 100 × 3.5 cm

Acrylics and oil on canvas

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