Rosemarie Trockel has placed her sculpture created from yew bushes nearby the work of Donald Judd on the Aasee banks with accurate vehemence. She carefully joins nature to nature, thus setting two blocks of the evergreen tree on the meadow.
Like green monoliths - 7 metres in length, 3 metres in width, 4 metres in height - accurately trimmed as if being sculptures made of wood and rock - that’s how the two blocks are standing on the bank, slightly offset, forming a tapering gap which the waters of the Aasee are shimmering through while a high-rise building can be seen on the opposite bank. Less Sauvage than Others - that‘s how Rosemarie Trockel calls her installation. The accurate trim prevents any wild growth.