Public artworks

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On August 2018, in the small village of Vienau, a Storm that lasted no more than five minutes toppled some of the trees in the forest that surrounds part of the town.

The storm affected the entire city, but for the Vienau community, it meant losing the trees they grew up with including a four-hundred-year-old oak.

In order to honor the emotional connection that Vienau's community has with these fallen trees, a golden line was painted on the remains of some of the trees. This change in the forest's aesthetic also aspires to add value to these fallen trees that would counter the harmed landscape view and allow these wood to stay and eventually become part of the soil for future trees.