Bob Marley booms from the speakers of the classic Porsche 911 Targa as he drives over the Julier Pass and into the Engadine. The CD in the CD player in the boot has never been changed. Martin Radelfinger sits at the wheel and drives past a slightly snow-covered landscape and orange-glowing conifers. Whenever the wheels of the vintage car roll over a rough surface, the reggae musician begins to stutter. A rare example of how the analogue world shows the digital world its limits.
Martin goes to the high valley of Grisons every season of the year. The summer and winter seasons, which contrast greatly in the Engadine, are a true experience of nature. In winter, the valley and its frozen lakes become a vast white area that is surrounded by mountain ranges like a passe-partout. In summer, the dark blue of the lakes contrasts with the intensive green of the conifers. The furthest back spot in the Upper Engadine especially interests Martin.
Perhaps it is the continual transformation of the analogue as well as the digital world that so fascinates Martin that he has devoted his entire life to these two spheres.