Conception: Guido Wolff, Marcel Befort (Sensity)
Associate curator: Hans Fellner
In French, German, English
Have you ever just stood still for a while to observe the subtle play between architecture, design, art and everyday life? Well you should – especially in the station district. Hans Fellner, in cooperation with Guido Wolff and Marcel Befort from Sensity, has created a new project to entice you to do just that – to make remarkable discoveries in this district.
Looking for an unusual perspective? #lookinbetween is an open adventure; an invitation to wander through one of the capital’s most diverse areas. Through a web app, Fellner will share his observations of interesting, contrasting or strange sites within public space. The project incites the public to participate, by taking photographs and posting them under #lookinbetween in the social media.
But what is public space exactly? “It is everything I see, even if it’s a second floor window,” says Fellner. This project is an invitation not only to take the time to observe but also to get closer and feel grounded in the urban space that we share. #lookinbetween integrates itself in Strollology, a science developed by Swiss sociologist Lucius Burckhardt (1925-2003), which aims to extend the environmental consciousness; to not only see what is obvious, but what happens in between the unconscious glimpses of the sites we encounter daily.
Text by Irène Weis
Avenue de la Liberté, Luxembourg Gare © Photo : Hans Fellner