Remote Bad Ischl

An unusual walk through the city

17/07/24Wednesday, 16:45further appointments Ischler FriedhofGrazerstraße , 4820 Bad Ischl
Remote Bad Ischl
© Chris Gütl


Who do we follow when we are guided by a computer program? You can find out during a group walk through Bad Ischl.

In Bad Ischl, a group of up to 30 people, equipped with headphones, set off into the city. They are guided by an artificial voice, as known from navigation systems. The encounter with the artificial intelligence prompts the group to try it out for themselves. How can we make decisions together? Who do we follow when we are guided by a computer programme? – 30 People observe each other, make individual decisions and yet are always part of a group. While the artificial intelligence observes human behaviour from a distance, the voice becomes more familiar with every step. Along the way, artificial head recordings and cinematic compositions set the urban landscape to music. The journey through the city feels more and more like a collective film. The project moves from city to city as a mobile research laboratory. Each new site-specific version builds on the dramaturgy of the pre-city and thus continues to write the piece. – The play deals with traditional places and events in Bad Ischl.


Suitable for children aged 8 and over.
The audio walk takes about 90 minutes on foot through Bad Ischl, is not barrier-free and takes place in all weathers.
Start: 5 pm, but please be at the cemetery at 4.45 pm (to hand out the equipment)!

On four dates English tours are offered, tickets available separately:
Thu 4 July, Fri 12 July, Fri 19 July, Fri 26 July  

More about the project at

Sharing Salzkammergut – Die Kunst des Reisens

Event info

Ischler Friedhof
Grazerstraße , 4820 Bad Ischl
(20,-/red. 18,- / AK-members 18,- / Kulturcard 10,-),