The Institut für Angewandte Heterotopie is an independent project team from the fields of architecture, sociology, media and cultural studies, visual arts, design and journalism. Using artistic means, we jointly explore the urban transitional space between the present and the future, without neglecting the past. This is our blog.

The Chewing Gum Effect

Workshop collaboration with Barbara Lubich and Elisabeth Wulff-Werthner from cultural center Zentralwerk, Dresden, at the annual Trans Europe Halles conference. Bilbao, Spain, 2018. The “Chewing Gum Effect” is what we explored together in this workshop. Outgoing from artistic experiences and strategies in…

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Cultural Typhoon in Europe

“Beware Utopia! Past, Actual and Virtual Visions of Urban Future” An international conference taking place in Nuremberg in September 2017 with Lectures with 20 national and 20 international academics, 4 workshops & 400 sqm exhibition with 1000 visitors. The idea of the…

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