Ken Sortais & Horfée Paint Prison Rockenberg

By - Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Ken Sortais and Horfée spent some time inside the walls of the jail Rockenberg in Frankfurt, Germany. Assisted by two prisoners, they painted ​​a wall 60 meters long. “Painting a symbol of non-freedom, screaming and kicking in the main building throughout the completion of the painting. No beach or sun represented but 60 meters nightmare felt and transcribed in a state prison in Frankfurt. Interesting paradox since, obviously stealth paint (which we subscribe) can result in a prison sentence. A fresco four hands aiming for a challenge creation / design that looks like a medley tortured. Composer destroying the image of the other, organize a rhythm in a clear formal disorder, all in a landscape of locks and triple sealed with barbed wire silhouettes of war between the outside and inside. ”

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