Patrick van Bergen (Site Editor) notes:
Andreas meets Joachim Müller, a teacher who teaches him art, literature, music, and, indirectly, drawing.
from the article "Dérives and Fantalia (1995)":
Andreas: After the war I heard more at school than at home. There was a teacher with whom we talked about it a lot, about the war, fascism, concentrationcamps... He emphasized it and that was good. In Eastern Germany we never talked about it at school. It never came up, while you could see more traces of the war in Eastern Germany than in Western Germany, where everything was rebuilt real quickly and where the past was erased.