Ognuno recita il proprio ruolo, immerso in quella divina sensazione di devozione allo scopo comune: la realizzazione di un'opera d'arte, che anche la bonifica bellica sa idealizzare.

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Ognuno recita il proprio ruolo, immerso in quella divina sensazione di devozione allo scopo comune: la realizzazione di un'opera d'arte, che anche la bonifica bellica sa idealizzare.

Bald Head Island, un murales a ricordo del pericolo ordigni bellici inesplosi

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13/01/2019 Canada, Ontario

 “If you ever come across anything suspicious like this item, please do not pick it up, contact your local law enforcement agency for assistance”.

“The ultimate purpose of those war-based endeavours was destruction, such as the training of fighter-bomber pilots or the development of the Avro Arrow, a fighter jet.” Bald Head Spit, on the north shore of Lake Ontario, “was used as a bombing training run during the Second World War, and after the war, thousands of pounds of unexploded ordnance was left behind. “Due to the potential of these bombs going off, access to this area is now forbidden. This has led the area to become a wildlife refuge, as well as one of the few grassy sand dunes left intact in southern Ontario.” In “Echo Spit,” a wall relief almost four feet high, 29 green bomb profiles are arranged in a pyramidal formation. A pyramid traditionally conveys order, which the destructive nature of the objects belies.

Foto-Fonte: thespec.com

Contea di Prince Edward, Isola Bald Head. L’artista David Trautrimas, dipinge un murales, che richiama l’attenzione dei residenti al pericolo prodotto dai residuati bellici, risalenti alla seconda guerra mondiale. Infatti zone della Contea durante il periodo bellico risultano utilizzate come poligoni di addestramento militare.

If you find anything that appears to be an explosive device, do not touch it, leave it where it is and call the police. We will contact the appropriate agencies to properly dispose of the item.

Par sécurité, la police conseille à la population de ne pas toucher ou déplacer ce genre de munitions.

Mounties are reminding anyone who comes across explosives or live ammunition to call police for assistance and to not handle them yourself.

Biography of a Bomb

Foto: David Trautrimas, Echo Spit, wall relief, acrylic and spray paint, 45 by 68 inches. Not for sale. Part of ‘The Lake Dives Where The Earth Curves’, his exhibition at The Assembly. – Douglas Haggo photo

 

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