Land art is art that sharpens the perception of the landscape. It integrates with Bödeker’s Infinity in being and passing away, as the change of seasons.


The terrace is enclosed with a particularly light and airy wrought iron railings. The railing was made by Wolf-Dieter Bartling.


The bathroom in the house is a real gem. Mosaics made of tiles and natural stones were placed on the walls and in the floor. Together with wood and clay, they radiate a warm cosiness.


Fire is a fascinating element, which inspires many arts. In the glow are visible recognisable faces, dragons, monsters and house-landscapes. Cats also seem to see it.


Most pictures are from Alexandra von Bieler. The installations change and can be found inside as well as outside.


Distributed on the property are stone sculptures that have been left by artists at the site. The material consists of sandstone, which is easy to process. They are also used as a resting place.