She can have eyes or not

2019 | with Giulia Zabarella
audiowalk in public space
approx. 30 min

A group of visitors is led to a previously unknown place, where they take part in an audio walk spanning all three levels of a highway intersection in Munich‘s north. The audio piece connects motifs of urban planning with architectural tropes from mythology and digital messaging services. The entire structure can be walked by foot uninterrupted - the participants are led by instructions spoken through their headphones. Anecdotes, fragments and pedantic dictionary entries construct a subjective vocabulary of inhabitation. The guidance through this massive, hostile concrete architecture not made for walking bodies becomes an archaeological exploration or phantasmarorical travel book.

Die Kreuzung als Glücksfall, in public space, Munich, DE. Photos: Thomas Splett

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