24 Jun 06 by Billy Byrne
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Depicts a Jewish concentration camp from an aerial viewpoint. the 'Lo-Fi' aethstetic is important in this piece as the rough application of materials suggests a 'vintage' feeling of a 1930's/40's newspaper or aerial view image. The minimalistic aesthetic gives the image more poignancy as it becomes stark and haunting in it's subtlety. Is part of the 'Arbeit Macht Frei' series of works.