SynopsisThe surf tosses sand on the beach, the wind blows it inland. Nothing remains as it is, or where it was. Everything is in motion: the 200-million-year-old sand, the dunes, the sea, and the countless creatures that make their home amongst its grains. Yet human interventions such as dikes, coastal protection measures, and sand filling have made the dynamic line between water and land inelastic and stiff.
With: Prof. Dr. Karsten Reise, Dr Annkatrin Weber, Sabine Gettner, Björn Mehrtens, Monika Povel, Patras Scheffler