This Friday went by very fast. We began it by a fast but good breakfast and then rushed to a town called Mersch to visit Feierblumm production headquarters at the Lycée Ermesinde which is also a campus and a secondary school.
Feierblumm production headquarters.
We waited by the fish tank to meet with mr. Mehmed. Urša analysed the fish system and hierarchy.
Mehmed took us to his office.
We borrowed some technical equipment for our event which will happen on Monday.
Inside of the school.
Very nice and spacious.
The conference room.
And different floors.
View on the hall.
School from the outside.
We watched an interesting practical subject with the students.
We didn’t understand it but it was fun to watch 🙂
View over some campus buildings.
Another campus view.
Some students were playing some football.
After our visit to the campus, we decided we will wash some of our clothes. Unfortunately our apartment doesn’t have a washing machine, so we tried a local “wasch salon”.
Urša proudly posing outside. We then went to grab a coffee nearby and made some more plans for the next couple of days.
In the evening and after a great dinner, we went to Chris’ studio to make music for our video. He’s a great artist and it was a pleasure working with him.
Chris in action, mixing the recorded sounds.
Technology joined with the classic instrument.
Chris created some amazing sounds!
We finished quite late, but he will continue his work in the next couple of days and it will be soon shown to public on special event on Monday.
We rushed back to the Luxembourg city and tried local toilet. Urša is in the background just finishing with the testing, ha!
We did some more time lapses for our project.
While the camera was capturing the busy nightlife, we tried interesting pastry which we also had some time ago in Paris and our taste buds remembered the taste and it was as good as we remembered.
Christmas village in the center of Luxembourg.
Santa was watching us while we were filming.
We arrived home quite late again and feel a little bit tired. Tomorrow is the day when we begin to set up our project for the Monday’s exhibition. Here is a Polaroid photo with me and the snowman for a dreamy inspiration. Good night!
V & U