ingeborg strobl, sculpture for the cultural landscape of paasdorf
ingeborg strobl, sculpture for the cultural landscape of paasdorf
 

ingeborg strobl


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sculpture for the cultural landscape of paasdorf



The third piece of work forming part of the project series "Culture Landscape of Paasdorf" is the "Memorial for the Lost Diversity of Species". It is made of bright stone which makes it visible over large distances and deals with the loss of diversity and regional independence using cattle breeding as an example to illustrate this. The two meter high monument is made of bright Danube limestone from the quarry Ernstbrunn and has been designed as a plain, smoothly polished cube/obelisk placed upon a naturally broken pedestal with untreated edges and fixed with a concrete base lowered into the ground. The text which has been carved on the stone in Antiqua and laid out in gold reads: Cattle 1880: Mürztaler, Gföhler, Stockerauer, Feldsberger, Murbodener, Raabser, Pinzgauer, Mariahofer, Böhmische, Braunhelmete, Ungarische, Montafoner, Lichthelmete, Innviertler (referring to the origin). Cattle 1996: Fleckvieh (spotted cattle), Braunvieh (brown cattle), Schwarzbunte (black spotted cattle).
(Ingeborg Strobl )
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