A journey through fifteen audio and experience spaces: from a bathroom to the Bad Ischl catholic church via meadows to the stony desert of Totes Gebirge and back again to your own daily life.
How can I feel future? The Great Space Walk is a precisely composed audio piece by Christoph Viscorsum / Andreas Hagelüken that leads from our seemingly perfectly arranged world into wild, radical, original nature. Over headphones, audio tracks on your smartphone serve as markers along the trail. Voices from people working in the farming community and science, dance and bioengineering, alpinism and spirituality blend together with the visitor and nature into experience spaces.
Such a process takes time: the trail leads over several stages from alpine cabin to alpine cabin, from audio space to audio space. In the stony desert of the high alpine plateau, humans and the earth can find each other again – the fundamental requirement for shaping a sustainable future together. The descent via the Stodertal valleys leads you back to the last station in your own daily life – where the Great Space Walk truly begins. The first part of the trail up to Rettenbachalm is accessible year-round.
Christoph Viscorsum in collaboration with Andreas Hagelüken (Artists)
Aleida Assmann, Hubert von Goisern, Wanda Golonka, Herbert Grill, Christoph Hüthmair, Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, Veronika Kirchner, Jutta Leskovar, Anna Morbitzer, Stefan Nuspl, Christian Öhler, Edith Pühringer, Peter Raue, Rebecca Raue, Elisabeth von Samsonow, Ariadne von Schirach, Harald Stachelscheid, David Steindl-Rast, Anne Tlach, Harald Welzer and others (voices)
Moritz Appich, Thomas Bold, Clava Grimm, Teresa Kaineder, Martin Lengauer, Titus Maderlechner, Julia Stoff, Mirjana Vrbaski, Thomas Wendrich and others (Team)
Bad Ischl parish, Kirchliche Projekte 2024; Bad Ischl tourism association; Austrian Alpine Association (Salzkammergut section, Upper Austria regional association) (project partners)
Lisa Neuhuber, Martina Rothschädl (Head of Programme remembrance culture)