Walk with me…

… that’s the title of GooGho’s brand new song. After watching the video we should possibliy rename it to “Ride” with me 🙂




Ocean Plastics – Video

Here’s the “Ocean Plastics” Video we’ve introduced at the vernissage from Ludwig Migl’s exhibition “Faszinierende Welt des Wassers”. Some more background and link to the must read IUCN study “Primary microplastics in the oceans“ see here.


Ocean Plastics

UW-Landschaft im Baggersse Linkenheim

Did you know that

  • 8 million tons of plastic enter the ocean every year?
  • 1.5 million tons out of it are “invisible” (micro plastics)?
  • The average seafood eater ingests 11,000 plastic particles per year?

Especially the “invisible” tons of plastic were motivation pure for our current project about micro plastics. It’s a scary feeling that a perfect world like in the above picture is threatened by an invisible danger. The fact that you don’t see the pollution makes it hard to get the topic on the agenda.

We learned a lot about micro plastics in the course of this project. E. g. that 2/3 of the micro plastics are from the erosion of synthetic textiles and tyres! If you want to find out more we’d like to encourage you the read the new IUCN study “Primary microplastics in the oceans“.

We decided to create awareness for the ocean plastics topic. The start is here:

“Faszinierende Welt des Wassers” from Ludwig Migl, accompanied by the Office for Water Management

Vernissage and audio-visual show
The vernissage includes our audio-visual show “Ocean Plastics”

Address: Galerie im Landratsamt Böblingen, Parkstr. 16, 71034 Böblingen

Vernissage: Monday, October 2, 2017, 17:00

Exhibition: October 2 – 19, 2017; opening hours Monday – Wednesday 7:00 – 15:00, Thursday 7:00 – 18:00, Friday 7:00 – 12:00


Ludwig Migl on TV

English version follows

Sonja Schrecklein vom SWR Landesschau Mobil wollte wissen, wer die besten Fotos macht und hat Ludwig Migl bei der Arbeit zugeschaut.

Sonja Schrecklein from SWR Landesschau Mobil wanted to know who’s shooting the best photos and watched Ludwig Migl at work. Side remark: If you don’t understand what they are talking about just look what they-are doing and don’t worry – some Germans also don’t understand them because they are talking a bit swabian dialect 🙂

Lost Places – Part 1 Video


For those of you who couldn’t make it to the vernissage of Ludwig Migl’s photo exhibition we’ve uploaded the „Lost Places – Part 1“ video. Here you go – enjoy!

The photo exhibition lasts until April 28, 2017. See here for more.