Water level

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Water level (2019)
Concrete, metal, silkscreen
53×41 cm, 2+1 copies

Cities built near the river often experienced large-scale floods, the memory of which was marked by signs with a clear indication of the level of the rising water. Currently, the threat of global warming gives a different, more social meaning to the tradition of setting urban markers. The endless pushing back of the ‘line in the sand’ creates a movable scale of concessions, each of which is both a limit point and an ordinary event.

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