SCHABRAKENTAPIR, St. Pölten, 2015
Workshop at the New Design University at St. Pölten.

The Schabrakentapir is a 8m long and 2,5m tall paper scultpture built by 30 students of the New Design University at St. Pölten / Austria. It symbolizes a Trojan Horse and is designed as a hiding place for one of the students to enter the Louvre in Paris secretly. The students designed the sculpture in one day and built the whole structure in 4 days. 350 various stones made out of paper and approximately 950 working hours formed the Schabrakentapir. Participants: Silvia Aguilar, Marcel Bilek, Sara Föttinger, Daniela Frisch, Aline Gagern, Klara Hilpert, Anja Sophie Huber, Diana Hübner, Jasmine Klune, Marlies Köck, Katharina Kreger, Simone Lang, Bernadette Litschauer, Anna-Maria Ljubojevic, Niklas Murhammer, Maria Szücs, Lisa Pavitschitz, Marisol Piber, Natalie Pichler, Christian Pichlkastner, Rallou Posawad, Nataliya Privalova, Sara Rois, Pia Schäffner, Marisa Scholz, Katharina Sickha, Carina Starkl, Miriam Tadrous, Markus Url, Brankica Veselinovic, Denise Alberta Zorn