As part of the exhibition series “Schlossgeist / Castle Ghost”, the artist Levent Kunt showed his exhibition “Die Hand und der Frosch / The Hand and the Frog”, consisting of two new works executed especially for that purpose. In the niche in the wall of the men’s restroom in the vaulted cellar of the Hausmann Tower he installed a video projection of the American silent movie The Cat and the Canary of 1927, directed by Paul Leni. Levent Kunt chose a brief passage from the film in which a hairy hand appears against the background of a castle, picks up a mysterious sheet of paper and holds it up before then disappearing from the scene, leaving the view of the castle unimpeded. Here Kunt makes reference to the legend of the monk with the hairy hand who allegedly met a violent death in Wolfsburg Castle and therefore finds no peace but haunts the castle. From the niche in the wall of the women’s restroom, the croaking of European tree frogs was to be heard. The European tree frog, which has a particularly loud croak, is a protected species that frequently turns up in Wolfsburg.