Episode III 4

11.08.2023, 5 pm, Walked tour & Talk “The Wolpertinger Project”

with Irene Bauer-Conrad, Gabi Blum & Sandra Hauser moderated by Lena von Geyso (Public Art Munich)
In the context of The Wolpertinger Project by Gabi Blum

Departing from Menzinger Straße 118, Munich

The Wolpertinger Project questions and comments on the controversial situation in Munich’s Ober- and Untermenzing, where plots of land in the Neulustheim estate between Waldhorn-, Lechel-, and Menzinger Strasse have reverted to the state of Bavaria after 100 years of hereditary lease and are currently partially unused. The central element is the backdrop of a fragmentary house facade, which is set up on one of the vacant lots. It is the starting point for further interventions in the neighborhood and is accompanied by audiovisual research. The project develops a poetic inventory of a neighborhood in transition and interacts with the residents. It deals with the past and a speculative future of the neighborhood. Tours, screenings and hearings with other guests are planned, as well as a small revival of the former forestry Wolpertinger.

We are more than happy to be invited and part of “The Wolpertinger Project” by Gabi Blum today, tour & talk at 5 pm, meeting point Menzinger Straße 118. We will walk to prominent highlights in the neighborhood and discuss a few houses (old, new, empty, disappeared) with their owners or neighbors, to finally stop at Irene Bauer-Conrad in Lechelstraße and get a studio tour. With bats and horse apples. The Giesinger Brauerei will donate a few beers and there will be handmade Obazda, plus an artist talk moderated by Lena von Geyso with Irene Bauer-Conrad, Gabi Blum and Sandra Hauser, as well as video screenings in the garage.

This is the last event of The Wolpertinger Project. To know more about and follow the project: http://www.gabiblum.de/WOLPERTINGER.html

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From today till 30.08. we will perform in Ober- and Untermenzing walking on the path of “The Wolpertinger Project” and its findings to give the place a last polish of western …