street intervention, March 2016 – February 2017, Böckhstraße 48, 10967 Berlin
At the beginning of the 19th century, when L. Frobenius began exploring cave painting and thus the origin of fine art, it also marked the beginning of modernity.
In the nineties, when atomic semiotics was developed, a form of communication to secure radioactive waste for thousands of years, a narrative type of language was used.
The work “future archeology II” deals with language and communication on a pictographic level, bridging the gap between the beginnings of art and postmodernism.
future archeology II by Herwig Hoffmann, shown as HD portrait, color, 0:46 minutes with sound