No time to lose, and the presence of mark, in order to still get to the goal. The seems to have Harald Naegeli made. No two weeks of the Green Martin Neukom as the cantonal Director of planning in the office, he has to receive electronic Mail from the Zurich-based Street artist. Content: congratulations, and an urgent request.
Harald Naegeli it comes to the "dance of death" in the Grossmünster, its long-cherished dream. This multi-part mural of stick men and women in the tower building has begun, the 79-Year-old by the end of 2018, could not stop it. Naegeli had not kept to the agreed rules, to which the former planning Director Markus Kägi (SVP) called on him to suspend the Work. Kägi threatened him not to remove the entire work of art, don't think he has it.
Therefore, Naegeli now hopes to the novice and to the fact that his "visions are not limited to". Neukom may visit his so far created the dead can dance soon and a sovereign O. K. without unnecessary formal obstacles to grant, he writes in a letter.
From Naegelis lines beat speaks to a degree of health urgency. Naegeli writes in his Mail out of his own frailty, progressive disease and the decay of his own body. The beginning of the year, he was not sure how his physical Constitution in may will be. "It's questionable whether I'm still alive!", he let the quote itself.
The idea to donate the grossmünster Church with the dance of death a political and cultural monument, was presented to Naegeli of the parish, as early as 2006 under the. Christoph Siegrist, pastor of the Grossmünster, also had tried to convey at the beginning of the year, between Naegeli and the former planning Director to. After the conversation, Naegeli showed little motivated, to want his work to ever end.
The building Department will acknowledge receipt of the Mail. It was one of the shops that Martin had inherited his resignation of his predecessor, says spokesman Dominik Bonderer. "I can't say more currently, but."
Martin Neukom will speak at a later time to the dance of death.
Created: 17.05.2019, 18:05 PM