Spaziergangswissenschaft in Praxis.

Formate in Fortbewegung

Bertram Weisshaar (ed.)

16.5 x 24 cm
288 pages, approx. 175 col.
ISBN 978-3-86859-242-9

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This book documents projects selected from the editor\'s fifteen-year practice of “promenadology”—the academic study of strolling—and provides an overview of protagonists and “locomotion formats” from German-speaking countries and Great Britain: art tours, audio walks, architectural tours, dérives, dialogical walks, concept-based walks, promenadological strolls, silent walks, talk walks etc.
Spaziergangswissenschaft in Praxis provides inspiration and practical guidance for exhibition organisers, curators, photographers, artists, planners, and local governments, who are seeking to convey their objective through locomotion or are working in spatial design.

Contributions by:
Maren Brauner, Andreas Denk, Irene Grillo, Kai-Olaf Hesse, Klaus Hoppe, Mark A. Hunter, Christoph Laimer, Marie-Anne Lerjen, Clare Qualmann, Elke Rauth, Tina Saum, Margit Schild, Martin Schmitz, Hannah Stippl, Andrea Thiele, Bertram Weisshaar, Kaspar Wimberley, Carl Zillich

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