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Darss - Grand Hotel zum Barther Mops
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The exhibition „Grand Hotel zum Barther Mops“ in Barth on the Darß peninsula is called „soft air panopticon“ by the artist Stefanie Alraune Siebert. About 63 life-size human figures, all hand-sewn, show several bizarre and grotesque scenes, including a terrific gala dinner, a shower and a bathroom scene, as well as the German Chancelor watching things happen from a hidden place. The copyright on the figures and scenes shown belongs to the artist Alraune Sievert.
Copyright: Alexander Jensko
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Uploaded: 27/08/2011
Updated: 13/05/2014
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Tags: darss; alraune; siebert; art; bizarre; terrific; textile; sewn; life-size; panopticon; exhibition; germany
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