Reconfiguration after Caspar David Friedrich's painting: False Landscapes, Peninsula Rügen,
> (Photo/s by Martina Panzner)
These motives were photographed from the summer of 1994 until the autum of 1998 in the German federal states Nordrhein-Westfalen, Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. This work continued in the U.S. federal states of New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and in the Polish County of Lodz.
> Most of the photos were shot by Martina Panzner, and some of them by Janet Grau, Chris Burke and Jacek Mrozowicz
The first camera shots of False Landscapes in North Rhine-Westphalia near Recklinghausen (Germany)
On the border between the U.S. federal states of New York and Massachusetts
On the border of perception - a shot of False Landscapes using an infrared nightscope apparatus
Visual interventions in the materials of False Landscapes, 1996-98.
a) drawing contracting circles in the snow, field in Brandenburg (Germany)
b) drawing contracting circles in the sand, Baltic sea
Visual interventions in open space, 1972. (plaster, lime, area: 100 x 100m),
drained lake Palic near Subotica (Yugoslavia / Vojvodina)
> (Photo by Etelka Maronka)
Standing before the silhouette of Berlin as a False Landscape, 1996.