This is a mixed media on wood by Thomas Dellert A museum artwork.
it combines a hand printed silkscreen of a boy operating a radio in 1920s Russia by master photographer Alexander Rodchenko. The image has then been painted on with oil colors and the artwork also has several objects like two framed photographs of the artist himself as a child in the 1950s.
One he looks at the first TV that came then without seeing anything. The second one is when he listen to the headphones without hearing anything.
The word Contact is childlike written all over. There are fragments of gray felt a leftover from the Holocaust and the second world war, just eight years before the artist was born. The two headphones are a reminder of the Nuremberg trials held to convict the Nazis for their crimes against humanity.
All but one (Albert Speer) claimed that they were totally innocent of any crimes. Still the result of WW 2 and the Holocaust cost the world over 50 million people. Who was innocent ? No one.
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