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Get one of 50 signed copies by Kristina Heldmann and Stefan Michaelsen who beautifully illustrated this art edition available in English, Spanish and German! Save your signed copy for 25 EUR!
This art book tells the story of the „round men” dating back to Platon. These men were split into two halves and are now on the search for their counterpart to re-create unity for a fulfilling partnership.
We feel that the orange cut in half is a significant visual for this project and consider this principle as trendsetting to achieve unity between humans and ecosystems and thus a symbiotic lifestyle. As the Spanish call they spouse the half of the orange (media naranja) this added another symbolic aspect to the story.
Available now: Photo art edition
Photo art edition The sea does not suck, 2020
This art piece is a collaboration of the scientists Annika Guse and Silvia Urbansky and the artists Fabian Gasperl and Stephanie Guse. The idea and modelscaping is science-based while staging and photography evolved through an artistic process.
It illustrates the current over-exploitation of the natural resources of the Mediterranean Sea through human actions by staging an especially designed 3-D model of the Mediterranean Sea that is filled with jelly and straws. It reminds us of fun drinks at the beach during summer holidays, yet questions our attitude towards the use of marine resources.
To us, this represents the starting point of the project from which we develop new models for a symbiotic lifestyle.
Photo art edition The sea does not suck (2020), 40 x 60 cm, high-quality Fuji Crystal photoprint, mounted on 2 mm aludibond and protected by 2 mm acryl. The hanging system is integrated. Production: Whitewall, Germany
Idea: Annika and Stephanie Guse, modelscaping: Silvia Urbansky, staging and photography: Fabian Gasperl and Stephanie Guse
Price: 300,- EUR
(incl. tax and shipping – 100% profit to the project ¡Vamos, simbiosis!)