The element water is always in motion. It is the origin of life.
When surrounded by water, one needs a compass to show the direction and not to lose one's orientation.
Water takes different forms. Solid, liquid, and vapour.
Water can change its form, appearance and condition.
Thoughts similarly can change themselves.
This is a key concept of the Book "Siddhartha" by Hermann Hesse.
In this app can be found a video interpretation of the book "Siddharta" (Herman Hesse) by the artist Felix Hörhager, a making off of the video film with the female Kick Boxing World Champion Dr Christine Theiss and interviews with the musicians who musically highlight this video (Nera and Abi Ofarim). The prize winning underwater animal photographs have been provided by Florian Gutknecht, further underwater photography by Ela Rudolph and Stefan Dietrich. Other persons who have contributed are the moderators Jan Herold and Katja Wunderlich. Participating artists are Professor Fridhelm Klein, Florian Freier, Matthias Walter with, as actors, Dr Christine Theiss as underwater kick boxer, Abi Ofarim as the Man on the River, Lisa and Aaron Wiechatzek as the River Children, fashion design. Sabine Hörhager
To the north the compass points to the video interpretation
To the south the making off of the video interpretation
To the east an interview the musician Abi Ofarim
To the west an interview with the musician Nera
Flussgedanken by Felix Hoerhager on the App Store (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, iPad Mini, iOS, iPad Air)