Atlas of New Nature

The Atlas of New Nature is a cycle of works on paper that was produced in the years 2000 and 2001. On 90 posters new classes of utopian living things are presented. Their names follow the characterization of all existing living things using Latin double names, which was introduced by Carl von Linné in 1735 and is still customary today. For the Atlas of New Nature the system was analogously modified and enlarged.

Text 1Text 2
crystallum-pelliceus
flabellum-fatale
lepus-prohibitus
turbo-generalis
uber-deliciosum
vermis-domesticus

Crystallum pelliceus · 53 × 37,5 cm · acrylic and crayon on paper · 2001

Flabellum fatale · 53 × 37,5 cm · acrylic and crayon on paper · 2000

Lepus prohibitus · 53 × 37,5 cm · acrylic and pencil on paper · 2001

Turbo generalis · 53 × 37,5 cm · acrylic and crayon on paper · 2001

Uber deliciosum · 53 × 37,5 cm · acrylic and pencil on paper · 2001

Vermis domesticus · 53 × 37,5 cm · acrylic and pencil on paper · 2001