Among the artistic realisations which contemplated the beauty of park infrastructure there was the Post Impression installation. Located in a picturesque part of the park, a composition of white ornamented frames played both the role of a banal decoration and of a tool for observing and surveying the vast area. The frame ‘closed’ a section of the landscape visible from both sides. The image which was thus created captured countless things, traces, details. Changing incessantly with the weather, light, genre scenes appearing in the frame – it became tableu vivant, a living sequence of events.
photo: Peter Kreibich