‘Now, half a century and more after these tombstones were erected, the chipped and cracked porcelain shows us a final truth. The innocent provincial charm of the photographs seems to have been a camouflage. We see ghosts rather than the effigy of people once alive, the scratched out eyes of the farmers, faceless soldiers, perforated children, the smashed in heads of Jewish teachers, the tortured beauty of women. We observe a strange symmetry of wild plants around, an ultimate comment on all this destruction: the nature resembles the portraits.’ Zbigniew Kosc
limitierte Auflage: 100 Ex.
Publikaton erschien anlässlich der Ausstellung Traces — Erinnerung in Fotografien, Künstlerhaus 13.11. — 8.12.2008