There is a remaining part of the Berlin Wall Splinters in the Mauer Park, district of Prenzlauerberg. For decades graffiti artists have colored this historic piece of concrete, trying to turn something horrible into beauty. They can. Tireless, they express all sorts of questions with shapes and colors.
From time to time, the overlapping layers of paint begin to weigh and collapse. The shells, which bring years of history, are unique and multicolored.
Berlin Wall Splinters As Background
My prying eyes did not let these details pass. Fascinated by the diversity, culture, and history of the city where she has lived since 2011, I photograph the everyday landscapes of the German capital every day. Attracted by the colors and textures, I began to photograph these small pieces of wall that are no longer.
I use the photos of the Berlin wall splinters as background for my drawings. Make cuts and digital collages contrasting the brutality of the concept that the wall transmits, the infinite colors, the feminine power and the delicacy of the animals in my own way.
I hate the Berlin Wall for all it represents in history, for the suffering it inflicted on so many people, for the deaths, for ignorance, for brutality and arrogance. But I love the bits of it, so colorful, so inspiring, so delicate.