The second day in Sindelfingen started with a art workshop prepared from the Barcelona students. We made pictures with bubbles and smoke. For example we light up an incense cone and used an overhead projector as source of light. Some pictures were very amazing and goodlooking.
The second workshop from Dronfield was more technical. It was about Zeppelin - a airship very famous in Germany in the first decades of the 20th Century. We heard about it on the next day. But today the plan was to construct our own Zeppelin with the given material. The Zeppelin should fly in a line and then land soften at the ground. Many different ideas were developed and were implemented. It was a lot of fun.
Three students briefed us in a short presentation about what lichens are and what it have to do with air. After that it was lunchtime in the cafeteria at the school.
In the afternoon we went to Stuttgart by train to see the New Art Museum. We had a guided tour with the content “Air in art”. Many of the shown art projects we had never heard before. After this we had some free time.