book, 54 pages, 24 photographs, faux leather cover, 425 × 300 mm, 2016
A book about a love affliction and a legend: It is believed that the German minnesinger Walther von der Vogelweide (c. 1170 - c. 1230) was buried in Würzburg. And a proverb says that someone suffering from lovesickness who lays flowers at Vogelweide's tombstone will be delivered from their grief as soon as the flowers have withered. The book follows my journey on the DB Regio train and through downtown Würzburg. It culminates with me lying down on Walter's wet gravestone in wilting flowers. The intention of the project is to reproduce the healing magic of love and Western romantic culture using contemporary media such as trains, cities, and smartphones.