Three music stands (Notenständer) with a height of four metres remind of the fact that Querfurt castle (Burg Querfurt) houses a school of music. Artist Ingo Güttler created these music stands which play music and form a sound-installation. The stands can be removed during those times the castle is used for festivals or as a set for movies.
These sculptures on the river Gera in Erfurt represent Käpt’n Blaubär and Hein Blöd. Both were stars in a German children’s comedy television series. Käpt’n Blaubär (Captain Bluebear) also appeard in the educational children’s television series Die Sendung mit der Maus.
Memories! For many children in Germany and Austria, these wise guys were stars of the TV series Die Sendung mit der Maus (The Show with the Mouse). If you look carefully on your urban walk through Erfurt you will find several protagonists of German children TV series.
This installation created by the artist Josef Bernhardt is called ‘Warten auf Vögel IV’ (‘Waiting for Birds IV’). It is part of the project ‘Kunst im Öffentlichen Raum’ (Art in Public Spaces) in Vienna.
The landmark of Dortmund is the big U on top of a former brewery building. Today the building houses besides others the Museum Ostwall and some exhibition rooms. The elements looking like mosaics are actually movies shown high over the city.
My contribution to #FriFotos of today. The topic is #shadow. My shadow is standing on an artwork created by the Austrian artist Eva Schlegel. The artwork is located at the soil in front of the Austrian Präsidentschaftskanzlei in Vienna.
Fire! Fire! Fire! Yellow smoke is drifting from the basement of an office building at a central place of Vienna. A truck of the fire brigade is standing next to the building but the firefighters don’t care about this incident. What is going on? Well, the solving of this marvel: It’s not a fire, it’s just contemporary art.