Transcript: schwarzwald kartoffelhaus meiner mutter Freiburg, Deutschland das Schiller das Uhrenmuseum The building started around 1200 The cathedral has 19 bells hundreds of years old Multiple Stained glass windows Built by Berthold V, Duke of Zähringen Gothic style cathedral One of few Cathedrals to be finished in the Middle Ages Specialty Topic: kuckucksuhr 1. www.schiller-hotel.de 2. www.botanischer-garten.uni-freiburg.de 3. www.deutsches-uhrenmuseum.de/no_cache/start.html 4. www.daskartoffelhaus.de/startseite/ 5. www.freiburgermunster.info Important Travel Phrases: Sources: 1. Haben sie Andenken? Do you have souvenirs? 2. Haben sie vegetarisches essen? Do you have vegetarian food? 3. Können sie mir das auf der karte zeigen? Can you show me on the map? 4. Ist der Flughafen weit weg? Is the airport far away? 5. Wo ist das krankenhaus? Where is the hospital? den Botanischen Garten
Transcript: Germany How well do you know Germany? What is the capital of Germany? Berlin What currency is used in Germany? EURO What colors are on the flag of Germany? Five German Car Brands Five German Car Brands: Volkswagen Audi BMW Mercedes-Benz Porsche What is the name of Germany in the German language? Germany? Deutschland Where can you find scholarships to study in germany? DAAD Information Centre East Jerusalem Auguste-Victoria-Compound, Mount of Olives firstname.lastname@example.org www.daad-eastjerusalem.org Where can you learn German in Palestine? Where? Birzeit University Goethe-Institut, Ramallah Any questions?
Transcript: The Black forest If you look at a map of Freiburg you will quickly discover that the town of 200,000 is located at the south end of the Black Forest – close to Switzerland and the French border. It is very easy and highly recommended to take day trips from Freiburg Germany to see some of the highlights of the Black Forest. Day trips from Freiburg take you to Lake Titisee, Lake Mummelsee, Triberg, Menzenschwand, Gengenbach and many other locations. You can explore the Black Forest by train and by car or hire a private Black Forest guide to take you around. Triberg Lake Titisee Menzenschwald Freiburg
Transcript: Europa-park is a theme park and also one of the largest park in Germany. Europa-park is the second most popular resort in Europe. You can find Europa-park in Rust, which is between Freiburg, Germany and Strasbourg, France The History of Freiburg Freiburg im Breisgau, is located in the southwestern Germany. It is pictures situated on the western slopes of the Black Forest, where the Dreisam River flows into the Rhine valley. It was founded and chartered in 1120 by the dukes of Zähringen as a free market town. Pictures of Europa-Park Europa-Park Schlossberg The End The Martinstor, a former town fortification on Kaiser-Joseph-Straße, is the older of the two gates of Freiburg im Breisgau that have been preserved since medieval times. Both gates, the Martinstor and the Schwabentor, are located in the city centre. Pictures of Schlossberg The Schlossberg is a tree-covered hill of 456 metres located in the area of the city of Freiburg im Breisgau. It is directly to the east of Freiburg’s Old Town and belongs to the Black Forest. Freiburg By: Antje Martinstor
Transcript: The Dreisam river runs through Freiburg to make an eco-friendly power source Freiburg has solar panel through out their business park Freiburg Freiburg has a community waste bins around the city for glass, paper, and other waste A new energy source Freiburg is a ¨green¨"in apperance Hydropower By; Jager & Tre´von Freiburgs Transportation is either by Tram, bus or bike Waste management Transportation Land Conservation add logo here
Transcript: Solar Fabrik Location The Vauban Solar Settlement The “Heliotrope,” a structure that rotates to follow the sun. References Freiburg by Alyona Okushko Introduction Environmental orientation Unusual rules Transport Solar architecture References Transport system Thank you for attention! Contents Freiburg the most eco-frendly city in German http://www.ecotippingpoints.org/our-stories/indepth/germany-freiburg-sustainability-transportation-energy-green-economy.html http://www.huffingtonpost.com/terry-gardner/freiburg-a-very-eco-frie http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/green-science/five-amazing-green-cities1.htmn_b_265669.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freiburg_im_Breisgau The longest cable car run in Germany, which is 3.6 kilometers long, View over Freiburg An extensive pedestrian zone An excellent public transport system Over 400 km of cycle paths Mage Solar Stadion .
Transcript: 1. Explore / investigate Zurich through their (artistic) practices, in order to question urban givenness and experiment with how we can re-imagine urban space. 2. Work with the archive in terms of contributing to it, interpreting it, working with its content etc. - question "invisible urban givenness" and open up for spatial variety how we can re-imagine the urban - enable us to negotiate invisibilities - critical exploration through imaginative means 2. = a social-artistic urban laboratory Space as an exteriority / backdrop which power or resistance are constituted against space as a backdrop for human behaviour space as a static & closed entity within an artistic framework SPATIAL VARIETY space as empirical, objective & mappable POWER - art controlling rather than questioning what should be visible, hearable and sayable 1. & DISCUSSION HISTORICALLY What if anything could be something else, still consisting of the same parts? - participants active as interpreters creating their own stories "Conquer, manage, play" SUM UP Art practice and urban space: - being realized on and from within urban space STADT "If it were me" RESISTANCE Art as a mode of critical exploration GAST- STADTFORSCHUNG URBAN SPACE - Zurich consists of endless different realities and imaginations and art may help making these visible "This is not a car" - collective processes and co-production ARTISTIC PRACTICE What if strangers would meet and talk? NEGOTIATING - experimenting with urban knowledge production space as neutral container filled with human activity & POLITICS 3. -urban space as defined by radical openness and multiple outcomes rather than one fixed urban reality What if one reality of the city lies in its mirror-image? - art as effect or reaction to urban space - creation, not consumption of space (IN)VISIBILITIES NOW by Cecilie Sachs Olsen - art expected to provide solutions to urban problems "The forgotten vegetables" that experiments with - resistant to any prescribed outcomes WERK ARCHIV - cities are imaginary as well as real spaces LIMITED SPATIAL IMAGINARY 1. Branding strategies & public spectacles S Q U E T I O N S VS. ANSWERS "Politics revolves around what is seen and what can be said about it, around who has the possibility to see and the talent to speak, around the properties of spaces and the possibilities of time." Jacques Rancière "the distribution of the sensible" = underlying structures deciding what is visible, sayable and hearable processes vs. products Re-thinking/imagining our city by helping people to shape an idea of how they want to live together and what they want their city to be like. Art work becoming a monument against forgetting. 2. "Artivism" collective co-existence creative and imaginative processes posing alternatives to the collective co-existence in our cities through creative and imaginative processes space as a process, never finished/closed space as a sphere of co-existing heterogeneity space as a product of interrelations, constituted through interactions
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