Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Erasmus in Heidelberg, the classes created a public installation, built to visualize the lively exchange of european students which enrolled the Erasmus program. A scaffolding structure was erected in a historic square, known as a location where forbidden books were burned down during the second world war. The project was conceived as a space where new information could be generated, received and exhibited.

For Erasmus and DAAD
Graphics by Klasse Patrick Thomas
Installation with Klasse Uwe Fischer
In 2017