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Graffiti 2.0

Graffiti 2.0

We are preparing exciting formats for workshops and actions.

Simply working with a spray can be yesterday or in the last century.

Today it looks different and works differently.

This includes our Graffiti actions in new formats!
1. sprayer app as virtual reality

2. spray computer

Read more: Robot Muralist

More info coming soon!

Municipality of Schondorf supports LandsbergHistoryApp

Municipality of Schondorf supports LandsbergHistoryApp

On the long agenda of the municipal council meeting of 24 March 2021 was the presentation of the LandsbergHistoryApp and Kultainer projects.

The presentation of the project by Wolfgang Hauck, dieKunstBauStelle, Dr. Silvia Dobler, Cultural Officer, and Anke Neudel, Events Officer of the municipality, was received and welcomed with great approval.

Silvia Dobler already presented the first topics that could be produced with the app and in the Kultainer. The skater scene in Schondorf also plays a role.

Anke Neudel has already suggested a suitable and prominent location: in the lake area.

A location that is central, popular, and easily accessible for all people of  Schondorf, after all, all groups of the population should be able to meet there and have the chance to participate.

So it is not surprising that the local council unanimously decided at 21:45 to participate in the projects.

Photo: Wolfgang Hauck, meeting room of Schondorf municipal council with presentation of LandsbergHistoryApp

Culture + Container = Cultainer

Culture + Container = Cultainer

The equation is quite simple: A container in which culture is produced is a Kultainer. Whether something like this should also stand in Schondorf for a few weeks is something the local council will decide at its next meeting on March 24, 2021. The Kultainers are organized by the very active Landsberg-based association dieKunstBauStelle ( In its description, the steel workrooms are “mobile media studios for rural areas.”

Source: Schondorf Blog, retrieved March 22, 2021.

To the article Kultur+Container=Kultainer

Professional working conditions – in the middle of the village and the countryside

Professional working conditions – in the middle of the village and the countryside

Article on the homepage of Deutsche Stiftung für Engagement und Ehrenamt:

Our association is called the “dieKunstBauStelle” – the name originated in 2013 from an initiative on a construction site in the middle of Landsberg am Lech. Since 2014, we have developed over 25 projects of various kinds – locally in Landsberg but also internationally. There have been projects in refugee camps in Afghanistan and on the Turkish-Syrian border. From the very beginning, we have consistently involved a wide variety of target groups, including refugees, migrants and educationally disadvantaged young people. In addition, we realize art and history projects in which we use artistic means to position ourselves in relation to history, to explore and discover it, and to develop new forms of remembrance culture.

Our projects are mainly financed by public funding and donations. The concrete implementation is made possible by the commitment of volunteers – this can be five people for small formats, and sometimes up to 500 people for larger workshops.

Providing opportunities for participation

The Corona pandemic made personal contacts and thus direct work in Landsberg am Lech impossible. Our good fortune was that we have been developing digital exhibitions and virtual spaces for many years. We are definitely pioneers in this field. Even during the lockdown in March 2020, there were people of all ages who reported to us that they had spent many hours in our digital exhibitions and on our websites for several days at a stretch. They reported back improvements and fixes as well as lots of praise. We are pleased to be able to offer people at home – some of whom were also in quarantine – a cultural experience and the opportunity to participate.

But I am aware that we can never replace personal contact with virtual formats on an equal footing. That’s why I’m very glad that we were able to realize the “Kultainer” project with the help of the German Foundation for Commitment and Volunteering. The idea behind it is actually simple: Four office containers that we set up as mobile media studios. The result is an editorial office, a graphics studio, a sound and radio studio, and a meeting room. The “Kultainers” can be transported by truck and set up at various locations. They enable professional working conditions – in the middle of the village and in the countryside. At the respective stations, they are to stand for two to three months at a time and also act as a cultural and social meeting place. In this way, we create opportunities for participation that would otherwise never exist in our region and reach people who would never come into contact with such technology without the project. In doing so, we involve both youth and seniors – and, of course, all ages in between.

Tell your story

One editorial format of our offering is called “Tell Your Story.” This is “social storytelling” in which, for example, an 80-year-old farmer’s wife discusses with a 15-year-old teenager how views and lifestyles have changed over the decades. Their dialogues are the basis for online radio features, podcasts and articles published in local media. A high degree of professionalism is very important to us. We therefore involve journalists, historians, photographers and radio editors, who assist the volunteers on site and provide them with the necessary expertise.

Important impulses from which the district will benefit for years to come

The “Kultainers” provide our association with sustainable and multifunctional equipment. They will enable us to work flexibly, decentrally and participatively in the coming years. This would not have been possible without the funding from the German Foundation for Commitment and Volunteerism; other funding sources only support the work in a project, moreover only up to 30 percent of the costs, but no investments. The new DSEE funding program has made this important contribution by providing simple, effective and efficient funding.

Due to the short timeframe for implementation and the corona-related supply bottlenecks, it was a logistical challenge for us to equip the media stations. On the other hand, we were particularly motivated by this form of recognition of volunteer work and the fact that we will benefit from it in our district for years to come. That’s why the funding and the impetus it provides are all the more valuable.

© Peter Oswald


Thursday is FFB day

Thursday is FFB day

Landsberg, Zdolbuniw, Istanbul: FutureFlashback or “FFB” for short, our international youth exchange project, which is supported by the EVZ Foundation as part of the MeetUP programme, and which is offered to the associations dieKunstBauStelle e. V. (Landsberg am Lech) and MultiCultural Ukraine (Charkiw; in December we will open our office in Zdolbuniw).

Yesterday there was a special online meeting – for the first time three students from Turkey were also present, Bayra, Ekin Su and Tuana from the IELEV school in Istanbul; IELEV is a prestigious public school which also runs its own kindergarten; the institution also has many contacts in Germany and other countries.

After the welcome by Wolfgang Hauck, the project manager, we all introduced ourselves and told each other about our hobbies; then we divided into groups in “breakout rooms” and exchanged information about the different project topics; in smaller groups it is easier to get to know each other better: “That was a really great experience!

Since a teacher and the project coordinator of the Istanbul school, Stephan Reischl, were also present, there was also the opportunity to get to know each other and exchange ideas on the pedagogical-collegial level.

We all experienced a lot of new things and will now think about what we can do with the new knowledge; we can already see that at the moment, beyond the FFB project, there are many opportunities to build long-term international partnerships, with Germany and even Turkey, with German being the language that unites us. Partnerships for our school and for our city.

It would be interesting to find out which contacts between Zdolbuniw and Turkey already exist or whether we are the first to try to build long-term relationships with the Bosporus?

And in 2220, what will people know about Zdolbuniv in Turkey?
In 2020 there will not yet be a Wikipedia article about Zdolbuniv in Turkish. Not yet!

A report by Martin Reuther
Project Coordinator Ukraine

Четвер – день FFB. FutureFlashback, наш міжнародний молодіжний проект обміну, який підтримується Фондом EVZ в рамках програми MeetUP і реалізується асоціаціями die KunstBauStelle e.V. (Ландсберг-ам-Лех) та Мультикультурна Україна (Харків / Здолбунів).
Вчора відбулась особлива онлайн-зустріч – вперше було троє учениць з Туреччини: Байра, Екін Су та Туана зі школи IELEV у Стамбулі; IELEV – це престижна приватна школа, яка також має власний дитячий садок; крім того, заклад має багато контактів у Німеччині та інших країнах.
Перш за все ми представились одне одному та поговорили про свої захоплення; потім ми розділились на групи та обмінялись ідеями щодо різних тем проекту; у менших групах легше пізнати одне одного ближче. Це був справді чудовий досвід!
Оскільки там був і викладач із стамбульської школи, також була можливість пізнати та обмінятися думками на педагогічному та колегіальному рівні.
Ми всі багато чому навчились і тепер розглянемо, що ми можемо зробити з новими знаннями; ми вже помічаємо, що, окрім проекту FFB, в даний час є багато можливостей для створення довгострокових міжнародних партнерських відносин з Німеччиною та навіть Туреччиною, причому німецька мова є мовою, яка нас пов’язує. Партнерські стосунки для нашої школи та нашого міста.
Було б цікаво дізнатись, які контакти вже існують між Здолбуновом та Туреччиною, чи ми першими намагаємось налагодити довгострокові стосунки з Босфором?
А що знатимуть про Здолбунів у Туреччині у 2220 році? Поки що немає статті у Вікіпедії про Здолбунів турецькою мовою. Але це поки що .
#futureflashback #dtjb #evz #meetup #multiculturalukraine #landsbergamlech #zdolbuniw #ielev



Future Flashback – Ende der Ausstellung in Landsberg

Future Flashback – End of the exhibition in Landsberg

The exhibition has been dismantled since 13.11.2020 and the leaves still mark the location at the Karolinenbrücke.

Many thanks to the secondary school in Landsberg, the pupils who produced these wonderful contributions.

Many thanks to the city of Landsberg for the support with the building fences by the municipal building yard for the exhibition.

Many thanks to the support from the programme “Kultur macht stark” by the Turkish community in Germany, who made this presentation and workshop possible. This marks the end of three years and 11 extensive workshops. But it will continue in 2021!

Many thanks to all the participants and speakers who have undertaken this journey through time together.
And – the digital version of the exhibition is still available and will be expanded. Soon the contributions – virtual spaces – from Ukraine and Turkey will follow. The view into the future has only just begun.



LandsbergHistoryApp – it starts!

LandsbergHistoryApp – it starts!

The first reports of participation came from experts on early history in the Landsberg district.

Now citizens of Landsberg who would like to contribute to the history of the last decades are getting in touch.

The LandsbergHistoryApp is already creating a very special demand and offer, although the start is planned for December.

Today, 680 high quality slides from 1975 to 1985 of an archive on the history of building have been made available.

The slides provide interesting and impressive insights into the public building measures of Landsberg am Lech.

This material will be scanned and viewed and will provide unknown insights on the theme “Building History and Architecture”.

Backgrounds and to this and other materials will be published after the expert examination.

First of all we say thank you very much!

Wolfgang Hauck

#landsberghistory #landsberghistroyapp #kulturinlandsberg #berlinhistory #landsbergamlech #diekunstbaustelle

The exhibition 2020-1945 on the culture of remembrance is extended and expanded


*** The exhibition has been expanded and extended until 31.12.2020 ***

The exhibition shows the invisible and yet present.
75 years after the end of the Second World War.


The exhibition has been extended and now also shows the 360° documentation of the exhibition “From Lithuania to Landsberg”.
This exhibition by Karla Schönebeck (idea, concept and text) and Wolfgang Hauck (design and realisation) was shown at the “Wolf Durmashkin Composition Award” 2018 in Landsberg and afterwards at Boston College in Boston (USA).

“The exhibition ‘From Lithuania to Landsberg’ is a search for traces, in the course of which the paths of victims and perpetrators cross several times and, last but not least, come full circle at the Lech River.” Karla Schönebeck


For some, a long time ago, for others just over and still much too close.
How does a city and its society deal with the culture of memory?
What is visible, what is not?
What is done, what is omitted?
What is conscious, what unconscious?
What is there without being visible?

The digital exhibition rooms open up online, 3D animations invite discovery through VR glasses.
In this way, a digital exhibition that is not really there can still be experienced.
Can this virtual reality be an image of our collective memory?
Step into a room that is only apparently empty and decide for yourself!
The exhibition is free of charge.


The video of the opening, a catalogue, press releases and further information can be found on the website:


Hans Heinrich Martin Foundation, theKunstBauStelle e. V.


Virtual experience spaces by Wolfgang Hauck


#landsberghistory; #kulturinlandsberg; #diekunstbaustelle; #landsberg; #erinnerungskultur; #75jahre #litauennachlandsberg #fromlithuaniatolandsberg #wolfganghauck #virtualexhibition #vrexhibition #digitalexhibition #1945exhibition

Future Flashback – first German-Turkish zoom meeting

Future Flashback – first German-Turkish zoom meeting

On October 6, pupils from Landsberg and Istanbul met for the first time in virtual space via Zoom.

The Turkish pupils impressed with their German language skills and gave a small insight into the everyday life of the IELEV school in Turkey.

On the German side, young people presented their school and reported on the current teaching situation caused by the corona pandemic at the secondary school in Landsberg am Lech.

The pupils’ meeting was led by Wolfgang Hauck (project manager) and Gonzalo Orce (media designer) in Landsberg and Stephan Reischl, project coordinator in Turkey, and the German teacher Pelin Demirci in Istanbul.

What unites both sides – the journey from the future to the present “Future Flashback”. It is precisely this joint project that is now to serve as a connecting bridge and encourage young people to develop their ideas across borders.

In the course of the first meeting, the individual students were able to share their own ideas that had already been developed and commonalities of the respective ideas about the future were quickly identified.

We can be curious to see what the pupils of the German-Turkish cooperation will continue to tell us about our possible future!



#futureflashback #kulturinlandsberg; #diekunstbaustelle; #landsberg; #fromlithuaniatolandsberg #wolfganghauck #virtualexhibition #vrexhibition #digitalexhibition

Future Flashback extended

Project Future Flashback – a time travel into the present is  extended until November 13

There is also the possibility to get a new view of the present through the exhibition Future Flashback.  The exhibition in analog and digital formats is accessible around the clock and decentralized.  So take your smartphones with you, there’s something to see and hear!

A part of the exhibition can also be experienced online:

Whatever way you want to discover the view from the future to our present, we look forward to your coming and your visit!

With best regards

Wolfgang Hauck
dieKunstBauStelle e. V.