The orange dwarfs commemorate the 293th anniversary of the death of the “Türkenchristel” at the former Giessmannsdorf Bridge at 12th July 2013
The dwarfs have commited a memo to us:
In the year 1695 a Turk female has been baptized in the former village of Gießmannsdorf, which doesn’t exist anymore because of the daylight mining of Turów. Continue reading
The Border exists everywhere. State supports boundary posts. Society is regulated by laws, therefore rules.
Censorship is a symbol of border. Continue reading
The old bridge of Giessmannsdorf, was build before Second World War, and after became a border between Germany and Poland. Concrete realigns destroyed by trobeld water in 2010, reminds human bodies. Continue reading