short notice | cloud love boat & I Wish My Beautiful Dream Will Never End | @ Videoscreening 1 | Osnabrück | Oct., 18-20, 2019 | music/ sound design by Wolfgang in der Wiesche

 

© ww/ngg 2016 | cloud love boat, video stills | 1-channel video, 02:30 min | cooperation with Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon | 2016

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two video works | cloud love boat | I Wish My Beautiful Dream Will Never End | will be screened @ Videoscreening 1 | Gesellschaft für zeitgenössische Kunst Osnabrück e. V. | Kunstraum hase29 | Oct., 18-20, 2019

many thanks to organizers Werner Kavermann and Azim F. Becker

cloud love boat | 1-channel video, 02:30 min | by Wolfgang in der Wiesche and Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon | 2016

I Wish My Beautiful Dream Will Never End | 1-channel video, 07:00 min | by Yingmei Duan, Maria Lentzen, Wolfgang in der Wiesche | 2019

EVENT INFORMATION

Videoscreening 1 | Über Bildschirme, großflächigen Projektionen und einer installativen Arbeit werden unterschiedliche Videos und Kunstfilme von KünstlerInnen gezeigt. Dabei handelt es sich um abstrakte, erzählerische, performative und gezeichnete Filme, die das Wochenende ab Freitag, 18.10.2019 bis Sonntag, 20.10.2019 zu sehen sein werden. || Various videos and art films by artists will be shown via screens, large-scale projections and an installative work. These are abstract, narrative, performative and drawn films that will be shown over the weekend from Friday, 18.10.2019 to Sunday, 20.10.2019.

Werke

„Handschlag“ – Werner Kavermann, 2015
„Was macht die Kunst“ – Werner Kavermann, 2015
„Cloud Love Boat“ – Wolfgang in der Wiesche. Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon, 2016
„Misere“ – Melanie Harder, 2019
„Im Spiegel“ – Melanie Harder, 2019
„Neighbors“ – Ella Malin Visse, 2019
„Wespen“ – Ella Malin Visse, 2019
„Drei Uhr“ – Helene Büker, 2019
„Monolog zu Dritt“ – Azim F. Becker, 2019
„Red Fat Cat“ – Klaus Hoefs, 2016
„I wish my beautiful dream will never end“ – Maria Lentzen & Yingmei Duan, music Wolfgang in der Wiesche
„A piece of peace“ – Lobby Boy, 2019

Vernissage: Ab 19 Uhr, Freitag, 18.10.2019
Dauer: 19.10. – 20.10.2019 jeweils 11-17 Uhr
Freier Eintritt

Gesellschaft für zeitgenössische Kunst Osnabrück e. V. | Kunstraum hase29

Hasestr. 29/30 | 49074 Osnabrück | Tel. 0541 – 58 05 13 96 | mob 0171 – 9 58 59 65 (Elisabeth Lumme) | mail(at)hase29.de

read more @ Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung

 

© duan/lentzen/ww 2019 | I Wish My Beautiful Dream Will Never Stop, video stills | 1-channel video, 07:00 min | by Yingmei Duan, Maria Lentzen, Wolfgang in der Wiesche | 2019

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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up) | ausgewählt als/selected “Artist of the Week/Day” by curator Aurora Garrison @  saatchi art (11/2018)

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invitation | substrat | a | multi media installation | cooperation work | @ VORZIMMER | EIN ORT FÜR KUNST | Aachen | Vernissage Sept., 20

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INVITATION | EINLADUNG

multimedia installation by Wolfgang in der Wiesche & Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon presented @ VORZIMMER | EIN ORT FÜR KUNST

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substrat | a ist die fünfte in 10 Jahren in Kooperation enstandene Ausstellungsinstallation der Künstler Wolfgang in der Wiesche und Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon. In der aktuellen Installation verbinden sich gefundene Objekte, organisches Leben, Malerei, Mehrkanal-Video, Licht und Ton/Komposition zu einer dynamischen Situation im Raum des VORZIMMERs.

Wolfgang In Der Wiesche (*1960) absolvierte ein Studium der Freien Kunst an der HBK Braunschweig als Meisterschüler mit Auszeichnung von Prof. Peter Voigt und arbeitet international freischaffend als Maler, Grafiker, Fotograf, Medienkünstler und als Komponist und Musiker. Zwischen 1992 und 2006 lebte er im Wechsel in der VR China, in Indien und in Deutschland, seit 2011 lebt er in Aachen. www.xtendedline.de

Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon (*1964) studierte Experimentalfilm bei Prof. Gerhard Büttenbender und Prof. Birgit Hein an der HBK Braunschweig, ist freiberuflich tätig als Film- und Medienproduzent und Kunstpädagoge und lebt in Braunschweig.

Vernissage | 20. September 2019, 19 Uhr
Einführung Dr. Dirk Tölke

Ausstellung | 21. September – 6. Oktober 2019
Geöffnet Sa + So 14 -17 Uhr

Kunstroute 28. September 12 – 18 Uhr
29. September 11 – 18 Uhr

sowie nach Vereinbarung
mobil +49(0) 163.9622845 oder xtend.ww@t-online.de

Eingang Parkplatz rechts neben dem DEPOT, Talstr. 2, 52068 Aachen

substrat | a is the fifth exhibition installation by the artists Wolfgang in der Wiesche and Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon created in 10 years in cooperation. In the current installation, found objects, organic life, painting, multi-channel video, light and sound/composition combine to form a dynamic situation in the exhibition space.

Wolfgang In Der Wiesche (*1960) studied fine arts at the HBK Braunschweig as a master student with Prof. Peter Voigt and works internationally as a freelance painter, graphic artist, photographer, media artist, composer and musician. Between 1992 and 2006 he lived alternately in the People’s Republic of China, India and Germany; since 2011 he has lived in Aachen. www.xtendedline.de

Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon (*1964) studied experimental film with Prof. Gerhard Büttenbender and Prof. Birgit Hein at the HBK Braunschweig, works as a freelance film and media producer and art educator and lives in Braunschweig.

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films & performance | by Deborah Phillips | music & sound design by Wolfgang in der Wiesche | @ CINEMA PARENTHÈSE and DAGVORM_CINEMA | Brussels | Bruxelles | 07.05.2019

 

 

image courtesy © Deborah S. Phillips | still from: untitled colourmation | animation, 1 min., c, 16mm, 1991-92 | Santoor | experimental documentary, 13min., c, 16mm, 1998 | Capsium | animation, 11 min., c, 16mm, 2008 || IM GRÜNEN BEREICH – all is good, all’s green | animation, 16mm, c, 13:30min., 2017 || © ww-2007 | self portrait | digital photography || © ww 1997 | music for films | CD | private release

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CINEMA PARENTHÈSE and DAGVORM_CINEMA present

COLOURS & COLLABORATIONS by DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS, together with TOBIAS SCHMÜCKING in presence

COLOURS & COLLABORATIONS offers different layers and aspects to deal with cinematic and animated problems as well as pattern, textures and color developed in the dark room of the film strip itself in an active dialogue with music and sound. The program also includes the premiere of the 16mm, single 8 and slides performance VERDE VERMELHAR (Green turns Red, 2019).

I looked for films in which colors, textures, light and
time were more important than people and stories.
(Deborah S. Phillips)

DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS (de) is an artist who has been working on celluloid since the early nineties and various analogue media, including printmaking, tiny collages in slides frames as well as 35mm and 16mm film, drawing, handmade books, etc. She has been & still is active in several artists-run organisations. See: deborahsp.wordpress.com

TOBIAS SCHMÜCKING (de) is a filmmaker and musician. His analogue films explore the fields between experimental and narrative; in his musi,c he transforms fragments of melodies and chords into soundscapes. See: http://www.schmuecking.com

WOLFGANG IN DER WIESCHE (de) is an artist who works with a wide range of media (more than there’s space for here). See: https://xtendedline.wordpress.com

DAGVORM_CINEMA
Rue Paul Devaux 3, 1000 Bruxelles
Program start: 19:00
Date: May 7, 2019
Entrance: 6/4€

PROGRAM

INTRODUCTION (english) | Deborah S. Phillips and Tobias Schmücking

UNTITLED COLOURMATION | 1991–92 | 16mm | color | sound | 0’45 | Music: Wolfgang in der Wiesche
What happens when a painter is encouraged to make a film

SANTOOR | 1996 | 35 to 16mm | color | sound | 13’00 | Music: Nandkishor Muley & Wolfgang in der Wiesche
Nandkishor Muley moves between countries, musical styles and different fields. This is a commonality with Deborah: over a few years, he insisted that she make a film about him…

CAPSICUM | 2008 | 16mm | color | sound | 11’00 | Sound / Composition: Ruth Wiesenfeld | Music: Wolfgang in der Wiesche.
The associations vary widely when it comes to the colour red. This film marks the beginning of Deborah’s colour research

IM GRÜNEN BEREICH | 2017 | 16mm | color | sound | 13’50 | Sound: Wolfgang in der Wiesche & Ruth Wiesenfeld
If everything is alright in German, it’s in the green zone

TORNASOLADA SORORIDAD DADA | 2019 | 16mm | color | silent | 3’00 | by D. S. Phillips & Melina Pafundi
A collaborative exploration of the aesthetic of passing an object on and collaboratively manipulating developing chemicals…

VERDE VERMELHAR (Green turns Red) | 16mm & single 8 & slides | color | live & recorded sound | ca 20’00
At a meeting of analogue film artists, Bains argentiques in 2016, in Nantes, three colleagues Ж, Deborah & Tobias began to explore aspects of this complementary colour combination on a number of levels. The nature of language and misunderstanding through translation plays a crucial role.
Ж, who, among other things, came up with the title, can not be in Brussels because he lives & works in Brazil. He is, nonetheless, an essential part of this exploration of the dynamic of complementary contrasts.

Q&A
with Deborah S. Phillips, Tobias Schmücking, and Wolfgang in der Wiesche

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DAGVORM_CINEMA | dagvorm_cinema is a mini-cinema, made with little means but with bigger aspirations. Consisting of 22 comfortable chairs and a big screen, it’s temporally located on the 6th floor of the former headquarters of Actiris, a stonethrow away from the Bourse.

dagvorm_cinema is a place born out of a passion for cinema and an urge to share the films (food and music) we value with our close friends, lovers, aquaintances, future friends and people who are willing to discover. We’ll organise regular screenings ourselves, collaborate with other initiaves as much as possible.

Instagram: dagvorm_cinema_bxl
Webpage: www.dagvorm.be

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CINEMA PARENTHÈSE
Cinema Parenthèse is a collective of writers, programmers and filmmakers that organizes experimental film screenings and dialogues in Brussels. Current members are Wendy Evan, Els van Riel, Nicky Hamlyn, Daniel A. Swarthnas and Arindam Sen.

Facebook: Cinema Parenthèse
Contact: cinema.parenthese@mail.com
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find information on works by Deborah S. Phillips (click here)

LEO AWARD by filmFest Braunschweig for Ruth WiesenfeldDeborah S. Phillips for Pfffhp tt!, 2012

DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS was awarded the L’Alternativa Hall Lomography Prize at the 20th edition of the Barcelona Independent Film Festival, l’Alternativa, made up of Sesi Bergeret, Pere Ginard, Céline Pimentel and Tess Renaudo on 22 November 2013 for her film PFFFHP TT! by Deborah S. Phillips (Germany)

read more @ BLOGERIM, Jewish Museum Berlin

Deborah Phillips @ wordpress   |  films of Deborah Phillips @ lightcone

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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up) | ausgewählt als/selected “Artist of the Week/Day” by curator Aurora Garrison @  saatchi art (11/2018)

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video work | cloud love boat | selected for Global Videos, 70 Years of Human Rights | Stichting whitecube, NL | intl. screening starts Nov., 24

© ww/ngg 2016 | cloud love boat | 1-channel video, 2:30 min | cooperation with Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon | 2016

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Global Videos 1

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Global Videos 2

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70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
A World Wide Video-art Project!
On 10 December 1948 the UN-Council adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Each year this day is marked as the International Day of Human Rights. To mark this years 70th anniversary Dutch Foundation White Cube created an art-project, that allows artists and audiences from each corner of the world to celebrate this event.

Using the internet artists sent in their art-videos about human rights to Foundation White Cube. A jury selected 21 videos for this project and on its turn the foundation sends these videos back into the world again. Venues in Nepal, Italy, Pakistan, Germany, Hong Kong and the Netherlands will show these videos to their audiences for free.

Creator of this project, Jeroen van Paassen explains:”To celebrate human rights it is essential that there are no barriers. Entrance fee can be a barrier for some audiences. We offer these videos for free to our partners, so that they can show them for free. Human Rights are universal, therefore it should be inclusive.”

2016 was the first year Global Videos was organized. Now in 2018 it is held for the 2nd time with 21 art-videos. Each of these videos last maximum 4 minutes.

The participating artists are (in random order)
Wolfgang in der Wiesche & Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon Germany / Eca Eps Nigeria / Mohammad Bin Lamin Libya / Tetsushi Higashino Japan / Danny Germansen Denmark / Pernille Lonstrup Denmark / Ehab Aziz Egypt / Beck & Collin Stafford USA / Lisi Prada Spain / Natercia Chang Macau SAR / Selene Citron & Luca Lunardi Italy / Iris Poljan & Rahman Hak-Hagir Croatia & Austria / Maria Felix Korporal the Netherlands / Dik Bol the Netherlands / Karin van der Molen the Netherlands / Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani Togo / Rahman Hak-Hagir & Andreas Draxler Austria / Sylvia Toy St Louis USA / Joyce Overheul the Netherlands / Gilivanka Kedzior France / Elisabetta Di Sopra Italy

video work | cloud love boat | by Wolfgang in der Wiesche – Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon | selected for Global Videos, 70 Years of Human Rights | Stichting whitecube, NL | international screening starts Nov., 24

 

 

© ww/ngg 2016 | cloud love boat, video stills | 1-channel video, 2:30 min | cooperation with Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon | 2016

cloud love boat is an artistic statement about the transcultural power of love and the driving force of multicoloured creativity through times, regardless of restraint and oppression.

Our latest video work refers to our first collaborative 2-channel video installation island, created 2009.

 

December 10, 1948 – 2018 | 70 Years of Human Rights

28 art viedos from every part of the globe to every part of the globe| Bringing the importance of human rights to a global audience

Global Videos is supported by:
GLOBAL VILLAGE ARTIST NETWORK | Stichting whitecube | MEHREEN HASHMI

screenings

24th November 2018, 18:30h | Micro Galleries/Kaalo 101 | Patan, Kathmandu, Nepal

08th December 2018 | cold bench |Milan, Italy

08th & 9th December 2018 | MuiWo Film Festival | Lantau Island, Hong Kong SAR

09th December 2018, 15:00h | 37PK | Haarlem, the Netherlands

09th December 2018, 17:00h | The Second Floor | Karachi, Pakistan

10th December 2018, 18:00h | Friedman Projekte | Berlin, Germany

01st-03rd February 2019 | PLAY room | Zaandam, the Netherlands

 

 

© global videos/stichting whitecube 2018

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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

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re:view 1994 | Die Verwandlung der Elemente | The Transformation Of The Elements | by Laboratorium, music: WW | rediscovered by chance

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© Lutz Garmsen/oscilux 1994 | Laboratorium/ WW 1994/2018  | Die Verwandlung der Elemente | The Transformation Of The Elements
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bei einer Internet-Recherche fand ich kürzlich diesen Artikel @ Lutz Garmsen/oscilux web site |  while doing research on the Internet I rediscovered this article by chance @ Lutz Garmsen/oscilux web site
Ich freue mich, dass die Veranstaltung von 1994 darin als Höhepunkt der Braunschweiger Kulturnacht genannt wird! | I’m excited that the 1994 event is mentioned as a highlight of the Braunschweig Cultural Night!
Die Verwandlung der Elemente | The Transformation Of The Elements
Filmprojektionsperformance 02.07.1994, Livemusik by WW, 1994, Kulturnacht, Braunschweig
film projection performance, live music by WW, 1994, Cultural Night, Braunschweig
Ich arbeite an der Digitalisierung der Studio-Live-Aufnahme der Musik für die Performance.
I’m working on the digitalization of the studio live-recording of the performed music.
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© Laboratorium 1994/ WW 1994/2018  | Die Verwandlung der Elemente I | The Transformation Of The Elements I | Filmprojektionsperformance 02.07., Livemusik by WW, 1994, Braunschweig | film projection performance, live music by WW, 1994, Braunschweig | Digitale Fotografien analoger Still-Fotografien WW10/2018 | digital photography of analogue still photos WW10/2018
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© Laboratorium 1994/ WW 1994/2018  | Die Verwandlung der Elemente II | The Transformation Of The Elements II | Filmprojektionsperformance 02.07., Livemusik WW, 1994, Braunschweig | film projection performance, live music by WW, 1994, Braunschweig | Digitale Fotografien analoger Still-Fotografien WW10/2018 | digital photography of analogue still photos WW10/2018
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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

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three (3) art projects – 2 / 3 | Wolfgang in der Wiesche

all images © TNeF/ Wolfgang in der Wiesche, 2015

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This post is part 2 of 3 introducing three selected art projects I have realised or participated in for the special occasion of the submission of an application to KYOTO ART CENTER for 2019:

2nd TNEF  INTERNATIONAL TRANSCULTURAL NETWORK FESTIVAL was held in October, 2015 and constisted of 5 online and live network performances plus a concluding exhibtion at Dudl Art Gallery, Seoul, South Korea, with participating artists:

Anima Singh (Nepal), Alice Park (South Korea), Sungsuk Suk (South Korea), Sarangerel Suhbaatar (Mongolia), Wolfgang in der Wiesche (Germany)

2nd TNeF INTERNATIONAL TRANSCULTURAL NETWORK FESTIVAL 2015

also on | youtube | facebook | twitter | google+  (see website…)

to view the NETWORK PERFORMANCES (click titles below)

HAVE NO WORDS I | HAVE NO WORDS II | NEWS ART | WORK & ART | MIGRATION | SWITCHING

© ww 2015 | from my studio in preparation of 2nd TNEF | digital photography | 09/2015

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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

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three (3) art projects – 3 / 3 | Wolfgang in der Wiesche

© WW/NGG 2015/2016 | AUTO IM MO RT AL | by Wolfgang in der Wiesche & Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon | var. objects, video projection, photographs, sound | installation view | photography by WW | 01/2016 | series: AUTO IM MO RT AL II | SUV I-V | digital photography, pigmented inkjet print, edition of 30 | photography: Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon

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This post is part 3 of 3 introducing three selected art projects I have realised or participated in for the special occasion of the submission of an application to KYOTO ART CENTER for 2019:

AUTO IM MO RT AL  @  ERFAHRUNGSRAUM AUTOBAHN

multimedia installation by Wolfgang in der Wiesche & Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon was presented in January/February, 2016 @

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© courtesy aha | Atelierhaus Aachen e.V., 2016 | flyer front/back

 

© ww 2016 |1| AUTO IM MO RT AL I  – 398 | edition | digital photography | 12/2015 |2| AUTO IM MO RT AL I  – 411 | edition | digital photography | 12/2015 |3| AUTO IM MO RT AL I  – 447 | edition | digital photography | 12/2015 | 4| AUTO IM MO RT AL I  – 421 | edition | digital photography | 12/2015

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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

oder nehmen Sie Kontakt mit mir auf | or contact me directly | xtend.ww [at] t-online.de