A dreamlike photo motif in which everyone can put himself, alienated or quite realistically.
If you cycle along the dikes and go around Zingst from the seaside over the Boddendeich, you will pass through the Freesenbruch forest area. There, a fairytale-like, constantly changing picture presents itself.barely tangible, almost ghostly outlines stand out between the trees - the group of figures Beyond The Forest merges with nature thanks to the reflective surfaces and creates a magical space.
Depending on the incidence of light, the time of day and the angle of view, the image reflected by the sculptures changes. The viewer is encouraged to take a look and explore the symbiotic relationship we form as individuals and as a society, both with our natural and man-made environment.
The mirror figures by Scottish artist Rob Mulholland are part of the OLYMPUS FotoKunstPfad in Zingst.
Artist: Rob Mulholland
The Scottish sculptor became internationally known with artistic works in nature as well as sculptures in public spaces. In his works, he explores the complex relationship between us and our natural environment, as well as the primal human desire to leave traces for future generations.