I was asked by Dutch artist Ronald van Tienhoven to cooperate in this project commemorating the tragic event on the Dam square in Amsterdan, the Netherlands on May 7th, 1945. From his website:
I created a ghostly physical after image of street organ "het snotneusje". This organ can be seen in the historical photographs to protect a group of people hiding from incoming bullets. The original, still in existence organ was measured, photographed and 3D scanned and painstakingly digitally recreated for CNC fabrication. A replica was milled out of foam and coated for protection from the elements.
I also created a pair of graphics showing the firearms used in the attack, one used by the Germans, one in defence. These were displayed in one of a pair of kiosks recreated from historical data in the original location where they stood in wartime Amsterdam. These show the weapons, both assembled and in exploded view, intermingled, parts of either gun indistinguishable from the other.