„Fink II“ is about the remains of a submarine-bunker at the Elbe in Hamburg. Building an extension of the landing-strip for the Airbus-factory recovered parts of the bunker, which had been demolished after WW II, but unable to erase its walls for ever. Kirsch and Bremer of  “artandarchitecture“  were commissioned for reconstruction of the ruin to rememorize the dead. Ground, that had covered the remains, was taken away, the incensions between the side-walls of the chambers been deepened, so that the constant flow of tide is readable on the walls. The slip-ramps at the little harbour wear inscriptions: ZEIT/erinnerung and RAUM/störung, covered and discovered by the constant flow of water.