Artist Peter Fritzenwallner’s Carbon Age Gallery is a mobile presentation display for contemporary sculptures, installations and performances, and a continuation of his earlier work entitled Daihatsu Rooftop Gallery. For his Carbon Age Gallery, Fritzenwallner converted the small Japanese car he had used in his predecessor work into a bicycle rickshaw, thereby turning it into a climate-neutral vehicle. Transferring artworks onto the roof of the rickshaw and into the streets allows them to interact with the urban reality. The mobile display creates a new mobility and temporality where the city and the campus in particular form a constantly shifting backdrop for the works. The art presented in this way is tied into the overall concept and is also displayed at various locations on the university grounds at irregular intervals.