2023, 195 x 115cm, linoprint, silkscreenprint and pencil on paper, edition of 7 + 1AP
The prints shows different bank-buildings with in the centre a wooden Tower of Babel-like structure. The wooden structure refers to the Bis Bank in Basel, also called “The Tower of Basel” because of its resemblance in shape to the Tower of Babel. The Bis Bank is a slightly mysterious bank, which partially kind of functions as a base for the major banks in the world to brainstorm about future strategies.
The work also refers to Voerman’s projects related to the creation of new currencies. In particular Voerman’s latest project in which he developed the “Equator” together with indigenous communities in Surinam.