Liberation Continued (2017)
2 May 2016

Liberation Continued (Leykam/Graz, 2017)

Liberation Continued (2017)

288 pages, 19.0 cm × 24.5 cm, edition of 500
Published by: Leykam/Graz

Edited by: Simon Brugner, Herbert Nichols-Schweiger
Visual concept: Simon Brugner, Joachim Baur
Art direction: Simon Brugner
Archival research: Simon Brugner
Edition of 500

The Liberation Project is collaborative project on cultural remembrance in Austria (with Josef Schützenhöfer, Simon Brugner, Klaus Zeyringer, Joachim Baur and many more).

Liberation Continued (Leykam/Graz, 2017)

Simon Brugner; from the series “Pfui Jeitler!” (2016)
House front with bullet holes.

Simon Brugner; from the series “Pfui Jeitler!” (2016)
Waymarkers to the shrine and crash site of Nazi officer E. Dietl. Yearly memorial services with representatives of local politics and the church are held at the site.

Simon Brugner; from the series “Pfui Jeitler!” (2016)
Hidden cavity in entrance portal of Pöllau castle grounds with enamel sign of a local paramilitary Nazi organization.

Simon Brugner; from the series “So It Goes” (2008)
Nuns taking air raid precautions (1944).

Simon Brugner; from the series “So It Goes” (2008)
Investigation of plane crash site.

Liberation Continued (Leykam/Graz, 2017)
Militia and civilians stand guard over crashed American bomber planes.

Simon Brugner; from the series “So It Goes” (2008)
Genuine parts of crashed American bomber plane in private use.

Simon Brugner; from the series “So It Goes” (2008)
Vapour trail of a B-24 formation.

“Liberation”, Exhibition view, Stadtmuseum Graz, 2012