The artist Hubertus von der Goltz is known for his human figures balancing in space.
"The figures balancing on bars, struts, piles, railings or lines stretched in space can be read as condensed existential narratives. Under the constant threat of falling, the risk of our life path becomes tangible in the barrier of what is given. They are symbols of dangers within one limited spectrum of individual freedom of choice and implicit requests to concentrate on one's own actions. On the formal level, they are not autonomous sculptures. They unfold their true potential through the specific installative relationship to their respective surroundings, which is only activated through the participation of the viewer will."
November 14, 2017
It is located in the middle of Wuhletal, on normal days you can with luck deer, gray heron, a kingfisher and much more. see. Since there are also well-developed cycle paths, it is also possible by pedal. The question remains when the restrictions of the IGA come to an end.
November 17, 2017
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