Carbon Copy Euskirchen
2018 . charcoal paper . each 33 x 23 cm
This graphic series consists of carbon papers in Din A4 format. Carbon paper is needed for transferring texts and images. In my series, the carbon paper is a graphic itself. The image transmitted through the carbon paper is also visible on itself in mirrored form. Through several transfers, many drawings accumulate on the carbon paper. As motives I use only those that have a content related to the city Euskirchen. The work refers to the accumulation and transfer of information and the history and identity of the city. Due to the overlay of different motifs, as well as their mirrored playback the graphics initially appear very abstract.