For the first three days, I didn't saw any work of art in the Giardinis and the Arsenale, even I spended hours in there. Having covered my glasses with black paper and with closed eyes, I was showing a sign "PLEASE TAKE ME THROUGH THE BIENNALE". So I had been waiting until someone picked me up, who was then guiding me through the exhibitions. That went well, I didn't had to wait long and I enjoyed to be guided. As a physical contact there for was necessary, the mental exchange was better from the beginning on. My guides told me names of the artists and what was to see and as I was more focused on atmosphere and sound, we had been talking about our different experiences. Two see more than one.
At the same time, I was suffering more and more, because I couldn't take a look myself. When work was done, after these three days,I had two more days to do that and each pavilion or art work reminded me of the respectively guide. Thanks a lot to all of them.
It's a pity, that there are no photos within the Biennale, but I thank Roland von der Emden, who did the photos which are to see here.