For over seven years Christoph Fischer has documented the happenings at Kreuzstutz, one of the most trafficked places in Lucerne, with sketches and photos. His studio is situated between two noisy main streets, near a railway embankment, across from a bus stop on a roundabout.
This book is the product of the years of observation, and unites the partially refined sketches and witty comments with paintings of the waiting people. Christoph Fischer surprises with his unusual observations and gift of visualization. With painstaking exactness and criminological potential he provides us with an enlightened insight to the motoring abyss of urban society. A slightly different way of sociological study.