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mischer'traxler, limited moths

limited moths

Limited moths is part of the RealLimited series, which points out limitations in reality. The moth species Catocala conversa, that nowadays is highly endangered in Austria is portrait in brass. As a huge swarm, the moths are flying towards a light bulb. Some single moths are placed randomly on the wall. Each individual moth is numbered and represents one moth still alive in reality. Each swarm (lamp) is unique. The number of the limited edition derives directly from nature. As there are just 900-1200 individual moths of that species left in Austria, there will be just five lamps of this species available. Per moth 3 Euros go as a donation to the project 'Stmk - Schmetterlinge' by the Naturschutzbund Austria, which protects an abandoned quarry in Styria where nature grows wildly back and the Catocala conversa was spotted.