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Inspiriert von der Kunstinstallation “Lampedusa 361” schrieb die als “Stimme Siziliens” berühmt gewordene Sängerin Etta Scollo das Lied „Sconoscuito-unbekannt“ über  namenlos begrabene Flüchtlinge, die im Mittelmeer gestorben sind. Ein erstes Mal führte sie ihren Song am 12. Februar 2017 in der Dresdner Semperoper auf.

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Das Etta Scollo Quartett:

Susanne Paul – Cello, Gesang
Cathrin Pfeifer – Akkordeon, Gesang
Hinrich Dageför, Perkussion
Etta Scollo – Komposition, Text, Gitarre, Gesang
Special Guest: Katharina Franck – Gesang
Patrice Heral – Gesang
Stefan Wulff Sound und Mix.

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Imaginary Cemetery – Exhibition of 90 large size photo floor mats

Dimensions of the objects: 191cm x 135 cm plus two larger size formats

Material of the photo floor mats: LCL740 Arizona Océ carpet standard

Solid basic vinyl carpet fabrics with latex foam back

Slip-resistent and weatherproof

Thickness 2 mm

To be used indoors and outdoors

Outdoors: on lawns, the mats can be fixed with pegs. On solid grounds, (pavement, asphalt or alike) steel plates (20cm x 20cm x 5mm) will be fixed at each of the four corners in order to secure positional stability and lift stop.

Dead weight: photo floor mat including the steel plates fixed at the corners 12kg =0,12kN

PVC exhibition signs: rigid foam 4mm – at the head of the mats, the signs are fixed with double-sided tape.

Large-size boards: base with inserted plate width x height x depth 2000 x 1800 (600) x 800, material MDF exterior 19 mm, including lockable case for donations

Candles: LED-grave lanterns, optional: grave bougie (wax candle)

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