Scans of a meadow printed in A3 and assembled into a lawn mosaic. On the one hand pin sharp and hyper-realistic, on the other flat and out of place. This combination results in a surreal and irritating perception of one of the most common landscape forms. A seemingly repetitive work that can be shaped individually and without end. Also suitable for concealing sealed ground. The meadow can be extended, reduced and exchanged. Arrangement and size can change again and again. The meadow lives, grows and is mown. It can be walked on, picked and taken away.
Fritz Lichtenwagner, born in Vienna in 1994, has been studying photography at the University of Applied Arts since 2019.