Food for your Senses 2014
This last weekend of July I exhibited with some several artists at another open air festival in Luxembourg (Bissen). FFYS offered a big variety of less famous bands but also some internationally well-known headliners like Milky Chance. But if you weren't into music the whole day, you had this artisitic option: the Sensibition. I really loved that corner where you had wooden lounges surrounded of minth and rosemary hedges, a small open tent with funny poets, clowns or magicians, a cute ta-ta-rhum hut where non-mainstream cocktails were maid and the exhibition itself. This corner looked like a fairy tale, like we just had walked into the secret garden of the witch in "Hansel & Gretel". Personally, I preferred this Sensibition corner to the music stages, because it's something unusual, something I've never seen before at a local festival.