The "Waves" series deals with a phenomenon that occurs more frequently at the end of winter and characterizes parts of the landscape. Fields, covered and protected by
plastic tarpaulins, which allow a wide variety of fruit and vegetables to ripen faster and earlier. This type of cultivation is nowadays highly specialized and works with black and white reversible films and film tunnels above them, which represents a great effort; however, the final yield justifies these efforts. However, the final yield seems to justify these efforts. Plastic waste is a major problem, partly because the plastic sheeting that is no longer needed is often not disposed of properly. In some cases, they are simply ploughed under, so they remain irretrievably in the ground soil and represent a heavy burden. Scraps of plastic are blown away, plastic residue in the soil inhibits plant growth or influence the reproduction of soil organisms. Studies now assume that there are many times more microplastics in arable soils, compared to the huge mountains of plastic in the oceans. Even if these covers cannot be denied a certain aesthetic appeal they sometimes look like an original part of the landscape, like water or waves - they are symbolic of what we are doing to ourselves and the environment.