In this highlights edition:
Art in XXL - Gerwald Rockenschaub
Rockenschaub is one of Austria’s most renowned contemporary fine artists. We report from his exhibit in Wolfsburg where he installed a 66 meters long and 11 meters high wall covered with hundreds of symbols made of colored adhesive film.
Easter Goodies – European Specialties
Europe boasts a wide variety of Easter traditions. In Germany, the Easter bunny brings colorful eggs, Italians eat pannetone and colomba, a dove-shaped bread, the French indulge in chocolate fish and flying bells, and Easter wouldn't be Easter in Russia without kulich, a tall, cylindrical cake.
Kite Buggying in Denmark
When the wind blows, the beach on the Danish island of Rømø is full of buggy riders, and those who, with Sarah Bluhm's help, are dreaming of becoming one. For two years the instructor from Hamburg has been running a kitebuggy school. Kite Buggying is centuries old, but remains an adrenaline pumping sport that offers an unforgettable experience when you race at up to 80 km/h across the sand.
Felder and Felder – Designers in a Twin Pack
We portray Daniela and Annette Felder, two award-winning fashion designers originally from Germany who launched their label while they were still studying in London a few years ago. The identical twins soon developed a following with their signature bold, yet sensual aesthetic that attracts modern-day self-confident women and as well as internationally famous stars.
Luzius Ziermann’s Mirror Installation
In November 2010 Ziermann set up an installation that consisted of 2500 car wing mirrors to recreate his trademark sign depicting the sun and the moon and the rotation of the earth in the red desert sands of the Canary Islands.