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Ernst-Elias-Niebergall School, 2011
Continuation of the 2007 photo project “The world of children in various cultures”. Five 13’9.5” x 1’10” (420 × 55 cm) black and white panoramic photographs include 6 images each on the subjects of working, eating, learning, sleeping and playing.
Pictured: Students’ initial encounter with the newly installed panoramic photo display at EEN School, April 15, 2011
Ernst-Elias-Niebergall School, 2007
In addition to the Uganda triptych on the upper level (photo right), the foyer of the school’s annex displays photo panels of up to 9’11”x 6’7” (300 × 200 cm), including one panoramic view above the front door that is 23’7” (720 cm) wide. This photo project is entitled: “The world of children in various cultures” – photographs from Asia, Africa, South America and Russia.
Pictured: School Superintendent Dierk Molter (left), Jutta Walter, Principle of the EEN School and Construction Supervisor Dieter Wenzel, during the inauguration ceremonies on June 26, 2007
New Justice Building,
Walkway of the German Fundamental Rights, 2006
21 huge photo panels printed on aludibond, each 13’1.5” square (4 m2), corresponding to 21 of the articles of fundamental rights in the German Constitution, were permanently installed in the covered walkway along the new justice building in Darmstadt.
Pictured: Udo Nieper, architect of the new justice building, leads 4th grade students from Bessungen along the walkway, explaining each article of the fundamental rights.
New Subway Station Bockenheim, 2001
Illustrating student living, a series of 14 large black and white photo panels, showcasing various teaching and learning disciplines at Frankfurt University (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe), were installed along the subway station’s platform. The installation was commissioned by the city’s department for public transportation.
Pictured: Finishing touches at the university station exit prior to the station’s opening. Panel: Professor Roskoss’ physics lecture.