A place is a place is a place, but what can we do with it? Is it already made? Let’s think about public space as a kind of ephemere poem that we create ourselves day by day. How do our bodies relate to rural, urban (or emotional) landscapes, how do they shape them? Can we use ourselves as devices and create new body languages? This conversation is about creating new playful experiences with focus landscape and body.
Meet at 19h at the Infocounter, get headphones and follow the moderated conversation walk around the city!
Invisible Playground creates site-specific street-, audio- and transmedia-games for cities games for cities using social dynamics, technical infrastructures and physical architectures. The team of six artists, designers and scientists highlight the everyday playgrounds and makes cities become platforms for playful experiences. Invisible Playground are Jennifer Aksu, Daniel Boy, Josa Gerhard, Anna Hentschel, Christiane Hütter and Sebastian Quack.