Julia Stoff

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Julia Stoff studied English language and literature, Spanish, art history, journalism and Italian at the universities of Salzburg, Glasgow and Seville. She was project manager and assistant to the artistic directors for Linz 2009 European Capital of Culture, curator at the OK Center of Contemporary Art and at dOCUMENTA (13). Since 2012, she has been working as a free curator, producer and translator, among others for the Berliner Festspiele, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Federal Cultural Foundation or the Academy of the Arts of the world, Cologne.

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A personal experience in five days.

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)

land - rest - take off

The station Landungsplatz derails in the Capital of Culture year and becomes a place for tangible, self-determined fantasy: a loud invitation to everyone to invent birds and other flying creatures and counteract their extinction – but especially to children and their adults.

(Original title: vogelfrei)