¡Vamos a Granada!
Granada is another goal of the international projects of the association dieKunstBaustelle.
This time the journey goes in the year 2020/2021 in the capital of the province Granda in Andalusia.
To this end, the Landsberg-based cultural association dieKunstBauStelle is cooperating with the organisation Fundación Escuela de Solidaridad in Granada.
The workshops, training courses and job shadowing will take place there.
16 participants from Europe will be invited to participate in order to further qualify themselves professionally.
The title of the project:
ART – AWARENESS – ACTION
Art and Performance as Methods of Social Intervention and Awareness Raising
The date of implementation is still flexible and will be able to adapt to the travel possibilities.
On 18.5.2020 the funding of the project was approved by the European Union and can now start. It is one of the “K104 projects” of the ERASMUS+ program, an internal name for projects that serve the professional qualification of adult education staff in Europe.
The project includes further training courses, hospitations and will take place with 16 participants.
It also includes the use of the platform EPALE (E-Platform for Adult Education in Europe) and the Erasmus+ project results platform.
The programme comprises the following sections:
Training Course 1: ACTIONS OF SENSITISATION AND CITIZENS’ PARTICIPATION (1st quarter 2021)
Training Course 2: GENDERSENSIVE INTERCULTURAL WORK (3rd quarter 2021)
Teaching Assignment 1: SOCIAL INTERVENTION WITH STELZEN (1st quarter 2021)
Teaching Assignment 2: STELZENBAU UND KOSTÜMDESIGN (2nd quarter 2021)
Teaching Assignment 3: STAGE DESIGN (4th quarter 2021)
Job Shadowing 1 (May 2021)
Job Shadowing 2 (November 2021) Participation in the “Marcha contra la violencia de género”
The application procedure for participation is currently being prepared.
Fundación Escuela de Solidaridad
Before opening of exhibition, in our office, we had a lot of
workshop with children. It was twice a week. We provide also pizza, drinks and snacks for children, to make them fully motivated. The aim of the workshop is to collect information about ‘local people about construction of new bridge’ and also collecting students’ own ideas about new bridge. In all workshops, they were happy and I think they are all great team-players.
I could not attend all of the workshops because of my German course or I attend late. Children divided into groups, we prepared microphone and recording devices for them, and they made a lot of interviews about ‘new bridge ideas for Landsberg’ with local people. The other groups stayed in the office and talked each other or played games.
Sometimes the weather was not good, sometimes it was sunny, some of the students were quite shy, some of them were brave to make interview but they are all motivated and happy in all conditions. After they completed all of the interviews, they prepared their own ideas for new bridge. They painted it on a papers that we gave, and took a little notes. The ideas of the children were too creative and some of them were really logical that made me surprised. We collected all of these paintings to prepare them for our exhibition. With all children we took a photo and distributed our exhibition’s poster to the shops in Landsberg. I helped some children to write information of their paintings in German language.
I found that the students are all great team- member and they have logical opinions about everything. Also they are all friendly and funny, sometimes they made us tired but it is normal. I had a good relationship with the students, I tried to speak with them mostly in German but when we stuck, they all have good English knowledge, we spoke in English. It improved me a lot also the pizzas were delicious.
Text by Ata Yigit Sevdi
Trip to the BMW World
In March we made an exciting trip to Munich with our workshop participants to visit the BMW World. We travelled by train and subway to a place full of stories and history and to experience the history of a global brand. to experience visions for tomorrow and the future of mobility. What could be better suited to our theme, we found. The young people were immediately involved when we made the suggestion and were already looking forward to this special day.
When we arrived, the spectacular architecture of BMW Welt was already inspiring us from the outside – it looks futuristic and impressive. It arouses curiosity about the universe of future mobility, and we were already looking forward to seeing what lies behind it.
But before we took a closer look, we first had an appointment. Because we booked a research workshop for our young people, where they could go on a great journey of discovery. The three topics were mobility, sustainability and globality. After a quiz, they were able to work in teams at various stations to become real young engineers – test, try out and develop. They had a lot of fun and worked well together as a team.
After following in the footsteps of the BMW developers, we were able to take a look at the inner workings of building the future. Here we were presented with the latest BMW luxury models, an exhibition of the BMW Group that showed us important business topics, such as the mobility of tomorrow. We learned that BMW i stands for the future of mobility like no other BMW Group brand – through visionary vehicle concepts and mobility services, inspiring design and a consistent focus on sustainability. We got to know the small, cute MINI and the big, proud and very luxurious Rolls-Roye. And we learned that the company’s first vehicle was a motorcycle, the BMW R32 from 1923. The variety of today’s models was right there at BMW Welt – traditional engineering skills and innovative technology were combined here.
In the midst of all these pioneering vehicles, we had a photo and film session with our young people. Of course, not without first discussing this with BMW corporate communications. For this, the students took on the role of BMW engineers, who present a new development and are interviewed about it. And so it came about that the young people were able to present their own sketches on the topic of mobility of the future – at least for our photos and video shoots – right in the middle of the BMW World. Beautiful shots were taken as the works were of course presented once again from a very special perspective.
Full of impressions, but also a little tired, we drove back to Landsberg. It was a fulfilled day. And our young people were all there with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm. We can do something like that again, was the tenor. We will, for sure!
Fliang 2019 – Mobility concepts for the future
Following on from our paper airplane competition last year, our current youth workshops also deal with the topic of “flying” in the broadest sense. The children show us how they imagine mobility in the future. Really great futuristic possibilities have been created that show us how traffic in cities could perhaps soon be handled. And with what spectacular flight or driving models one will be able to move around.
Whether teleporters, flying skateboards, electric scooters that can be operated via mobile phone: There are always new and ever more imaginative ideas, some still a little vague, others already very precise and mature. Whether this is realistic and whether it would be feasible at some point is not important.
After all, Alois Wolfmüller couldn’t imagine back then that there would actually be airplanes, and above all, in what form and to what extent people fly nowadays. Nevertheless, he thought about flight models, put them down on paper and developed them.
And he never doubted his ideas. When it comes to visions, nothing should stop you. Because only if there are people with imagination, imagination, visions and a strong will, something can move forward, things can be created new.
Fliàng – of flying shoes and teleporters
In our workshop “Fliàng 2019” we develop mobility concepts of the future together with pupils of the Landsberg secondary school. There are no limits to the imagination. Very futuristic, imaginative, creative and adventurous concepts have been successfully developed. We would like to introduce them briefly:
Carina has the idea of a teleporter: “In Landsberg there are several stations for teleporters, one of them is located at the Bayertor. You can go into the teleporter for just one euro, enter your destination address – and you’re there. Who wouldn’t wish for such a thing?“
Jenny shows us her ideas of flying shoes and a city bus with a built-in whirlpool that people can use during their bus ride. She is particularly fond of flying shoes: “Just put the shoes on and take off. That would be so great,” she enthuses.
Hamad sees flying wheelchairs, teleporters and robots in the city of the future. “The robots carry the heavy school supplies – satchels, gym bags, etc. – for us students on our way to school,” she explains, imagining it to be quite pleasant. Even when she thinks of all the other things the robots could do… “for example, activities that are actually quite annoying.“
For Ivan, the roads of the future are conveyor belts. Cars will no longer have to drive, pedestrians will no longer have to walk, because they will move on conveyor belts. But the disadvantage of this actually practical idea is: there is less nature, fewer trees and parks. Because the conveyor belts simply need space.
In Luca’s vision of the future, roads are no longer used at all. There are underground tunnels that run on electromagnetic trains. You can stop and get off every ten meters – so you can get to any place you want without having to change trains or walk long distances.
Sophia, on the other hand, also sees a piece of the past in the future. There are carriages as a means of transport again. Just like in the past, they are driven by horses. However, there are now – optionally open or closed – bus stops for horses.
Jeremy’s electric bus is a very special bus – a double-decker bus, in the upper part of which you can sleep. The dashboard is fully digitalized, including voice control and fully automatic transmission. “This electric bus is designed to bundle trips and thus reduce individual trips,” he explains. He is already thinking in fairly economical and ecological terms.
Many great ideas, three of which we would like to take a closer look at and make something of in different groups with different design possibilities: Comics with a preceding storyboard, an accident report about an air collision between a (flying) car and an electric scooter and a marketing strategy for the carriage of the future. So we get deeper into the matter. And we are all very curious to see what will come of it.
Text: Andrea Schmelzle
Foto: Wolfgang Hauck
Giant wings of cable ties
Edmund Epple and Wolfgang Hauck start the first paper planes …
Friday, Oktober 5th, 2018
16 bis 22 Uhr Papierflieger-Werkstatt für ale in der Säulenhalle
Saturday, Oktober 6th, 2018
10 bis 14 Uhr Papierflieger-Werkstatt für alle und Nachbau eines Original Flügelmodells von Alois Wolfmüller in der Säulenhalle
14 bis 16 Uhr Papierflieger-Wettbewerb und Flugschau im Theatersall und Foyer Stadttheater Landsberg am Lech
Sunday, Oktober 7th, 2018
11 bis 14 Uhr Am Werk: Nachbau eines Original Flügelmodells von Alois Wolfmüller in der Säulenhalle
14 bis 15 Uhr Installation des Nachbau eines Original Flügelmodells von Alois Wolfmüller am Georg Hellmairplatz
The action is also supported and made possible by the assoziation “Die Aufmacher,” in some shops around the
Birthplace in the Herzog · Ernst · Str. 179b and the Georg Hellmairplatz:
Discy, jeweler Heldelberg, the tea house, Point, Benetton and violin making Schleskl will give models to admire in the displays.
The replica of the wing model is supported by the Heinz Heinrich Maertin Foundation and the Rotray Club Ammersee-Römerstraße.
“The project ‘Türkenmariandl’ is supported by the program ‘MeinLand – Zeit für Zukunft’ of the Turkish community in Germany within the framework of the federal program Kultur macht macht. Alliances for Education of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. »
Our Fotocomic on the problem of a group of young people from different nations – with little change in the bag – to get food, has a curious resolution.
In order to make the mysterious transformation of the paper pizza from the Foodomats into a really real and edible pizza even more spectacular, we wanted to “conceal” exactly this process – namely the transformation – for the photos in steam and fog. To make the spell even clearer. To make it even more mysterious. Therefore, our consultant Conny, who works as a photographer, had the idea to work with dry ice.
Dry ice is solid carbon dioxide (CO2), which sublimates under normal pressure at -78.48 ° C, ie passes directly into the gas phase, without first melting. Dry ice is produced by depressurizing liquefied carbon dioxide under pressure. Part of the carbon dioxide vaporizes and removes the heat required for evaporation from the rest of the carbon dioxide, which cools it down. The result is so-called frozen carbonic acid snow. This is then, depending on the application, pressed into the desired shape.
The implementation of our idea was unfortunately not possible. First of all, it is obviously an art in itself to find a dry ice dealer nearby. After extensive research, our consultant Conny has made a find – in Igling. Unfortunately that did not help, we were unlucky. Exactly in our project period, the entire southern Germany area was affected by delivery problems with dry ice. The reason: Suppliers had problems with the carbon dioxide. We could have gone to Hamburg, because in northern Germany these problems did not exist – but of course this is somewhat absurd for the transport of dry ice.
So, with a heavy heart, we said goodbye to our idea of making pizza disappear in mysterious steam. Nevertheless: Our Fotocomic has become so great – a funny story with a surreal end. Even without dry ice, fog and steam.
Our poor, hungry, but unfortunately dangling youngsters are desperate: But they have the saving idea: Food from the machine … from the Landsberger Foodmaten, which they come across at the hospital. Here they are pulling food out of the machine – in a box, similar to a pack of cigarettes. The food is in paper form in this box and, as we will see later, can actually be made edible.
In fact, the food tomatoes are not available in Landsberg. But there is the art machine. The Landsberg Art Machine is a converted old cigarette vending machine, from which you can “pull” an original piece of art for five euros. From well-known and unknown artists – originals, signed and numbered.
For our purposes and our comic, of course, we had to transform it. It’s possible with Photoshop, but it was quite expensive. Jannis and Nico were incredibly fit and during a project afternoon spared no effort to produce the food tomato, from which you could finally pull pizza, roast pork and spaghetti … However, in a somewhat strange appearing appearance. Which, of course, poses new challenges.