ART EXHIBITION: Japanese influences, blurred photographs and the color red

They almost look like sushi and icecubes. Little cubes and objects made of film and paper – and folded by artist Yoko Suzuki-Kämmerer. She, together with Heike Kehres-Woost, Sylvia Ruppert and Dietmar Paetzold, is one of four artists presenting their diverse works at a Cologne art space. “For me it is about lines,” explains Yoko Suzuki-Kämmerer who utilizes Japanese techniques of folding paper and foil. A process that … Continue reading ART EXHIBITION: Japanese influences, blurred photographs and the color red

PHOTO-REPORT: A rescue team of THW working with dogs to find missing people

Clooney is ready for work. It’s a late morning at a Cologne demolition site. The equipment is out of duty today, but a few dogs and their owners are on location. Four and a half year old Clooney is a retriever trained to find missed or trapped people. Here in Cologne, Clooney and owner Marcus Gareis are in practice for an emergency – with a … Continue reading PHOTO-REPORT: A rescue team of THW working with dogs to find missing people