OAK PLANTING IN HONOR OF JOSEPH BEUYS
Well prepared and professionally instructed by the gardening team of the Jugendsiedlung Traunreut, the
pupils of the Walter-Mohr-Realschule succesfully accomplished the planting process. Principal Cornelia Linnhoff and her colleagues were immediately
enthusiastic about the idea of planting a tree and basalt stele in memory of the famous Beuys project: "It is a
great honor for us to be part of such a world-changing, vibrant and groundbreaking work of art."
says Linnhoff. With reference to the historical function of the "village lime tree" as a central meeting place, she has advocated for a lime tree, which will now become a meeting place at the school entrance.
a lime tree, which will now become a meeting place at the school entrance.
Tree sponsors: Walter-Mohr-Realschule Traunreut and Traunstein District Office
Initiator: StDin Cornelia Linnhoff, Principal
Planting: Jugendsiedlung Traunreut, Gardening and Landscaping Department under the direction of Daniel Hartl
Tree: small leaved lime
Basalt: Landsburg Quarry, donated by the Foundation DASMAXIMUM
A project by DASMAXIMUM Foundation with the city of Traunreut
PHOTOS OF THE OAK PLANTING
Fig.: 1. row: Employees of the horticultural department of the Jugendsiedlung Traunreut collect the basalt stele donated by the DASMAXIMUM Foundation from the museum grounds of. In the background (from left to right) Dr. Birgit Löffler, Director of DASMAXIMUM, First Mayor Klaus Ritter and StDin Cornelia Linnhoff, Principal of the Walter-Mohr-Realschule.
2. row:.: Employees of the horticulture department of the Jugendsiedlung set the stone and position the lime tree.
3. row: (from left) Cornelia Linnhoff, Klaus Ritter and art teacher Sascha Rogowsky water the freshly planted lime tree.The planting team is happy about the work done: (from left): Landscape gardeners Georg Lohwieser and Lisa Gammelin, and apprentices Daniel Ober and Martin Klüber. Cornelia Linnhoff (1st from right) and some of her colleagues, together with Lothar Müller and Dr. Birgit Löffler, both DASMAXIMUM, as well as First Mayor Klaus Ritter are happy with the successful planting.
Photos: DASMAXIMUM, Lothar Müller and Walter-Mohr- Realschule