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Art brings you to thinking – especially about yourself

Bissingen. The individual, subjectively chosen sculptures of the sculpture paths can show the purpose of art in general: it stimulates reflection – about God and the (re) world, and ultimately about oneself.

Highly politically, he will soon leave the brick hut: "Nightmare" is the installation of the Boller School Heinrich Schickhardt under the guidance of Verena Bopp. Several sits hang from the branch. They remind the hungry man, and here are key words such as "climate change", "wind turbine", "urbanization", "light pollution", "pesticides" or "monoculture".

Immediately there is an installation of "Abhängen": Collegium Weilheimer "Freiraums" has hung several trees on the trees. Balance is of utmost importance. Balancing only ensures that it is about sharing – but not in passive form. The message reads: "Sam, nothing works, you can do it only together."

Unlike the color-patter of the chair that invites you to "lay" in the middle of the landscape, the oversized chair that Christian Siller puts is not suitable for sitting. It's too big for that, and that's the purpose of the installation. It should encourage a change of perspective. The title explicitly states: "Observe the eyes of the child".

The title of the heavenly scale, created by Manfred Adler, received a questionnaire. Theoretically, she could still get more bangs and thus get into infinity. "Where else?" Pita Manfred Adler, questioning the immense proportions of some of his art installations on the sculpture trail in an ironic way.

The colorful flags, arranged by the students and teachers of the Michaelhof in triangles, remind me of advertisements for detergents or Tibetan prayer banners. Their intention is to express how much the school community is vivid. Nothing is covered, flags show life in all its aspects.

Saskie Mrazek's wooden cube, with photographs and texts by Vincent Tremeau, also show life in all its aspects. Under the guidance of "One day I will," the depicted young people talk about their future dreams. The prospect of young soldiers from the Democratic Republic of the Congo seems scary realistically.

Shortly thereafter, colorful two-dimensional figures follow a completely different motto, attributed to Rainer Maria Rilke: "Life, work, patience – and there is no reason to miss". Schoolchildren Kirchheim Konrad-Wiederholt and Hildegard Maier also had a lot of fun at their work.

Beware of tips sent to you! But it still reveals the "angle" – "young people in the vicinity, with Peter Beck and Felix King" – one of the tops. It only opens when you leave the path and enter another world through the open curtain.

The special kind of "nightmare" meets the traveler in Richard Umstad's sculpture: "Scho wieder koin Empfang," the man who stared at his mobile phone complained. The Face not only allows the encounter with my own but also the protector of art and action path: it undoubtedly carries the features of Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmanna.

Art from neglected everyday objects is created by Ernst Pangerl – for example, a fungus entitled "Ridden Out". This applies to the horsets that make up the head of the fungus. On the day of opening there is an idiosyncratic coincidence: a group of excursionists went on horseback. And so – despite the "nightmares" – there is an impression that the world would be intact. Andreas Volz