Rooks and hooded crows, pigeons, starlings, kestrels and other species are the feathered harbingers of the upcoming conversion of the Berlin-Tegel airport grounds.
Closed in November 2020, Daniel Poller photographs the last activities of gleaming machines and reflecting employees at the moment of spatial reoccupation. Embedded in the airport texture, the first birds take over the runway, camouflage in niches and perform on wings.
In the series "Birds of Tegel", the frozen beat of wings becomes an immersive part of the photographic image.
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1. Edition of 500
25 x 37cm
Brochure in pvc sleeve with silkscreen ︎ Offset Print