|Size:||50 cm x 70 cm|
The limited art print for the in mural at the KulturEnergieBunker in Hamburg Altona-Altstadt.
The print comes with a gallery certificate / photo of the wall.
In August 2021, the mural "Anatta" was created as part of the creative reuse of the World War II bunker in Hamburg-Altona. The large-scale painting on the outer facade of the bunker represents a premiere in two respects: First, it is the first mural painted in that interlocking style, and second, it is the first facade work to give 1010 a title. "Anatta" is a key term in Buddhist teachings and translates as "non-self" or "non-me." So what we commonly define as "self" is in this sense rather understood as a conglomerate of constantly changing physical as well as psychological components. The doctrine of "Anatta" thus tries to encourage us to break away from the idea of a fixed core of being.
The project was organized and realized by the Affenfaust Galerie in cooperation with the KEBAP (KulturEnergieBunkerAltonaProjekt) association, which is committed to turning the bunker into a cultural center including alternative energy supply.
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