archeology of our time

London 1.0.  
120x46x46 cm  

London 2.0. 
100x60x32 cm 

170x22x22 cm  

108x36x36 cm
67x42x42 cm   

   As digitalisation proceeds, the era of posters is coming to an end. Layers of information that cover city walls will soon vanish. It will take decades before the anthropological value of these paper remains is recognised as an abundant source of information about what we eat, what we do, who we vote for and what problems we fight today. But what if it is too late by then? As a curator of current culture, Rita Osipova uses the form language of the ancient Greeks to create modern artefacts. She collected street posters in Berlin, London, Paris and Rotterdam and sculpted them into archaeological finds. What is now seen as trash may be unique pieces of heritage in the future.

Shifting Perspective, 2021 – ongoing
Sculptures, streetposters

Oct 2021, exhibited at Dutch Design Week

A variety of Ancient Greek Vases that are carrying images of Myth and Daily Life. Just like abstract ‘drawing’ that we unconsciously create with posters while we layer information about ourselves.