painted aluminium milk can
40 x 60 x 40 cm
Eternal flames have been burning for thousands of years on the hillside of Yanartaş, present-day Turkey. The flames are fed by methane reserves inside the hill. These fires may have originated the ancient myth of Chimaera,
the creature with a lion’s head, a goat’s body and a snake’s tail, breathing
A significant part of atmospheric methane is produced by natural formations like swamps and marine sediments, still it is mostly related to human activities: fossil fuels, landfills and the industrial scale breeding of ruminants, primarily of cow and goat.