Einander zuhören – Stadt-(Ge)Schichten

Listening to each other - Layers of narratives

Einander zuhören – Stadt-(Ge)Schichten is a project that invites artists, researchers and students to examin the relation between city residents and their urban environment. The ongoing project is being developed together with Goethe-Institut Athens and Fonés in in the frame of a locative media project with noTours and a sound cartography of Athens, creating interactive and site specific sound-narratives for a series of sound walks in the city.

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the Killig traject

the first workshop in Essen with WIT Urban Team and Karolin Killig

Friday 5 April 2013, by Geert Vermeire

’the Killig traject’ is an introductory event and urban intervention with students of the Folkwang Art University in Essen in the framework of the project the Listening City.
The Listening City is an artistic research and exploration of the city by sound artists (www.notours.org and Karolin Killig), multimedia artists and urban artists (www.wit-urbanteam.com and Christian Hardt), examining the relationship between residents, the senses, sound and the city in simultaneous and collective creative processes in Athens, Essen and Dresden. The whole will show alternative and surprising experiences of the city showing urban oases and focal points, and changes, breaks and shifts of the three cities revealed by the exploriation of sound and by walking as artistic instruments and as instruments of knowledge.