Museum Folkwang
Zero Foot Print
  • Atelier Van Lieshout
  • Zero Foot Print, 2008

  • Colour and acrylic on canvas
  • 173 x 346 cm
  • Acquired in 2009 with support of the Folkwang-Museumsverein
  • Inv. G 594
  • CommentaryWith numerous drawings and illustrations (plans, models, scenes, calculations and diagrams), which can also be projected on screens, Atelier Van Lieshout continues its design of its ›City of Slaves‹. The diagrams in the collection define the criteria for a pitiless selection process carried out by machines. This begins immediately with the arrival of the ›participant‹ in the ›welcome center‹. Only very few people are suitable for work. Young and healthy slaves become part of the transplantation program, other »unappetizing« human bodies are immediately used for biogas. The models for this high-tech exploitation are naturally recycling processes, which return all organic materials to the biological cycles completely and free of residues.
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  • Obj_Internet_S: ja
  • Obj_Ownership_S (Verantw):Painting, Sculpture, Media Art
  • Obj_SpareNField01_N (Verantw): 187
  • Obj_Creditline_S: Gemäldesammlung
  • Obj_Title1_S: Zero Foot Print
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  • Obj_SpareMField01_M (Alle Titel): Zero Foot Print Zero Foot Print
  • Obj_Dating_S: 2008
  • Jahr von: 2,008
  • Jahr bis: 2,008
  • Obj_IdentNr_S: G 594
  • Obj_IdentNrSort_S: G 0594
  • Obj_Classification_S (Objtyp): Painting
  • Obj_Crate_S: 173 x 346 cm
  • Obj_Material_S: Colour and acrylic on canvas
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  • Obj_SpareSField01_S (Mat./Tech.): Colour and acrylic on canvas
  • Obj_AccNote_S (Erwerb): Acquired in 2009 with support of the Folkwang-Museumsverein
  • Obj_PermanentLocation_S (Standort): Internal Exhibition: Sammlung 20. und 21. Jahrhundert, Neubau
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  • Obj_Rights_S: © Atelier van Lieshout
Commentary
Artists

With numerous drawings and illustrations (plans, models, scenes, calculations and diagrams), which can also be projected on screens, Atelier Van Lieshout continues its design of its ›City of Slaves‹. The diagrams in the collection define the criteria for a pitiless selection process carried out by machines. This begins immediately with the arrival of the ›participant‹ in the ›welcome center‹. Only very few people are suitable for work. Young and healthy slaves become part of the transplantation program, other »unappetizing« human bodies are immediately used for biogas. The models for this high-tech exploitation are naturally recycling processes, which return all organic materials to the biological cycles completely and free of residues.