At the heart of Christoph Viscorsum’s art is the exploration of places and situations which invite and engage his audience in participatory observation and active discourse. Apart from numerous exhibitions, Christoph Viscorsum has installed several permanent art projects like the Audiowalk Gusen or a sound path through Berlin’s former women’s prison Barnimstrasse 10. He studied at the Berlin University of the Arts with Rebecca Horn, at the Vienna Academy of the Arts with Michelangelo Pistoletto as well as dance in Japan.
From your bathroom through a church, alpine meadows and stony deserts back into your daily life.
Numerous conversations with hikers, experts in futurology, church visitors and alpine pasture operators have resulted in a precisely composed audio piece whose tracks are assigned to specific stations along the way.
(Original title: Großer Welt-Raum-Weg)