We know the legend of Icarus, whose father Daedalus built wings of feathers and wax for himself and his son to escape from the captivity of Minos on Crete. The son Icarus became overconfident, the wax melted and he fell.
wax melted and he fell into the sea. Despite his father’s warnings.
Again, the parallels: Despite warnings and admonitions, we spiral into ever higher and warmer and warmer climes, and the crash is not far away. Okay, maybe that’s a bit drastic and striking.
and striking.
Here are photographed specimens of animals, most of whose species are extinct. For this series Dr. Martin Päckert, the head of the ornithology section of the Senckenberg Naturhistorische
Sammlungen Dresden, he supported me very dedicated in my work.
In painting, the “foolish” or “overconfident” person is often depicted as Icarus.

This series is part of the exhibition NEGLECT, at the Leica Gallery in Zingst, Germany.

150 150 Florian W. Mueller - Photography
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