Martin Slawig: live processed objects
Recorded during a one week stay in a cottage at a lake near Fürstenberg, Mecklenburgische Seenplatte in the former German Democratic Republic (GDR).
It is a large forest area with lots of lakes where you can walk for hours without meeting anybody. And it is near the former Neuthymen Nuclear Missile Base of the Soviet Armed Forces in Germany. This area is now abandoned. But it is still surrounded by a large concrete wall and barbed wire. Warning signs along the wall and the trees at the street through the forest mark the area as a very dangerous place. It seems to be better not to walk in this forest. Nobody knows how much old ammunition rests have been buried in the ground.
rec June 20-25 2015 at Erholungsgemeinschaft Schliesee, Godendorfer Papiermühle, Germany
released 23 July 2015
photo by Martin Slawig: graffiti on a wall at the military base Neuthymen
available on bandcamp as free stream or download, but of course you can pay if you like: blackhole-factory bandcamp page