Hans-Hermann Thielke - Always
Friday, 16/02/2024 / 08:00 PM / Vorderhaus - Kultur in der FABRIK
The whole world seems to be out of joint at the moment. There is always something that is constantly changing and itself. Fear, panic and worst fears determine our everyday life.
Hans-Hermann Thielke, postal worker Ade, sits in his Trutzburg - a 2 ¾ row middle house on the outskirts of a small town and thinks: Will my job soon be taken over by a hard-working robot? Will I have to set up a temporary storage facility for my plastic bag collection at home to relieve the burden on the world's oceans? What will I do with my old thermal pants when it gets warmer and warmer - due to climate change?
Thielke observes his surroundings and their changes with the reliability of a German civil servant. But he also knows that if he doesn't move with the times, he has to move with the times. Currently in the age of globalization, Thielke looks meticulously before, behind and on the head of the inhabitants of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Hans-Hermann Thielke: 179 cm tall, side parting, modern varifocals. He is the man everyone can always trust blindly. Even those who have long since stopped trusting themselves! He takes all worries seriously and takes a lot of time to do so.
Hans-Herman Thielke knows like no one else what it's like when you don't know what to do. He has never known. With empathy and competence, he takes his neighbors and fellow citizens by the hand and leads them dry-footed through the troubled seas of everyday life. He knows: "At the end of the day, the light goes out," but until that happens, there is still plenty to laugh about.
More info: https://hans-hermann-thielke.de
Photo: Andreas Volkmar