image by Roger Eberhard, collaboration with James Nizam
Tumulus project would go nice with the context of the second Vernacular monument zine, that we will create in the summertime.
If you want to understand the concept of Eberhard’s and Nizam’s work, you shall see the book description on 25books.com.
Rough and short translation from German: Photographed ruins once were a holiday huts on a small Canadian island. Before tourism, the island belonged to Katzie Indians, who rented it to a company that wanted to create a vacation paradise. Success didn’t happen, huts were devastated or burned down, after the people have left.