The Mysteries Buried under the Snow

In this exhibition we discover the beauty and uniqueness in the adventurous environment and life in the deep, white snow. This exhibition themes will mainly focus on the unique structures of a snowy landscape for example icebergs or caves, although it will include animals and plants found in this wild environment.

When looking at this installation through a post-modern frame ideas relating to the common world such as Global Warning appear in my head. Ice caps around the world are melting and are brought to everyone's attention so by making this artwork on top of the hill it represents the impact global making is causing everyone
When examining this photograph through the subjective frame I personally feel that it is beautiful photography and has a deeper meaning to it. The extreme long shot used in this photograph signifies the over powering of the snow mountain compared to the people on it. Although the people act as if not shaken by its superiority, this can be seen through there action of sliding down and having an enjoyable time.
When looking at this artwork through a cultural frame you can see a traditional and traditional culture tied to this fossil and the people in the area surrounding it in Hamburg. This fossil was found in vorgeben forest and is estimated to date back to 10,000 B.C. Some legends, stories and traditions from the indigenous culture of Hamburg have been based around the idea that thousands of years ago there was a giant deer that roamed the Earth. Some of these includes the indigenous Riesenhirsch dance and the bedtime tale großen Hirsche findet kleine Maus.
If you look at this drawing through the structural frame you can identify a variety of lines, colours and shapes. All of the lines used in this drawing are short and straight to symbolise a flat blanket of snow over the mountain. The most used colour in this drawing is the colour white although there is no pure white, it is a collage of off-whites. There are a variety of shapes used in this drawing, rectangles and squares are used on the side of the mountain and triangles are used with the overall shape of the mountain and the peak of the mountain.
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