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© 2020 Stéve Röwëll
In collaboration with Priyanka Basu, Imani Jacqueline Brown, and Dubravka Sekulic.
The toxic chemical fog used by the Nazis to camouflage the German Battleship Tirpitz during an attack on Norway stunted the trees in Norwegian forests.
Evidence is still present in the trees' growth rings today. Dendrochronology, ecology, and war.
Image: "The Wreck of the Tirpitz, June 1945" 1945, Stephen Bone, oil on board, Imperial War Museum, © IWM Art.IWM ART LD 5441
Museum of Natural History Berlin
The Seed Bank of the Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin
silent green Kulturquartier, Film Feld Forschung / Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art
Sandra Jasper - geographer, Humboldt-Universität
Anna-Sophie Springer - curator and founder of K. Verlag
Florian Wüst - film curator, artist, and publisher