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The temporary Holocaust monument Die Moral der Farbe: Erfurter Fenster (The Morality of Paint: Erfurt Window) was created at glassbox, Erfurt, Germany in April 2008. It employed grisaille action painting applied alla prima on the inside showcase windows of glassbox, a repurposed prefab modernist bookstore built during Erfurt’s years as part of Communist East Germany. As a three-dimensional painting on glass created in the spirit of the magic lantern slide, Erfurt Window conflated static and memorializing brush strokes with ‘actual’ views of the adjoining landscape, which includes a modern city, a university founded in 1392, an array of medieval buildings, and the nearby Buchenwald concentration camp.


 

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