A tribune that invites to sit, stay, and reorientates the view. A sound box that tells stories of the place. Temporary vegetation which provides shade and becomes a habitat for insects and small animals.
The installation «Offenbach Kaleidoskop» (Offenbach Kaleidoscope) is an attempt to take a fresh look at a specific building: the Gothaer-Haus in Offenbach am Main. The building was planned and constructed during the late 1960s and early 70s – an era whose architecture nowadays is often being rejected as ›ugly‹. At the same time, about one third of the current European building stock was built during that period, which makes an active discussion about these buildings unavoidable.