The 10 stories of the childrens book “Struwwelpeter” were interpreted in the form of perceptible spacial installations. The works are titled according to their protagonists and have a specific link to their neighbourhood. Every unique installation gives the observer the possibilty to face the stories in a new and unknown way. For example “Hanns Guck-in-die-Luft” at the waterside of the river Main and the “Fliegender Robert” at Frankfurt airport. Each installation goes along with some general information about the “Hoffmann Sommer”, including a city map, the name of the actual protagonist and a quote of the story.
LOCATION: Frankfurt am Main, Germany CLIENT: Kulturamt Frankfurt am Main