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Sculpture: Paper mache on Paper, Wood, Iron.
In this lesser known version of Little Red Riding Hood, collected by the Brothers Grimm, the girl does not allow herself to be distracted by the wolf, she runs straight to her grandmother and tells her about the encounter. They both lock the house and don't open the door for the wolf. Little Red Riding Hood pours the water in which the grandmother had boiled sausages the day before into a stone trough in front of the house. The wolf on the roof smells the water and out of greed slips from the roof and drowns in the stone trough.
The turntable is divided into four parts, which allow the story to be told in its most significant moments.