hi-pe.at is an atelier on informations design, for the joy of making you easily familiar with new contents and places.
Also check out
Walking the Michael and Mary Lines
In September 2020 Jolie Booth went on a pilgrimage, walking the St Michael's ley line from Land's End to Hopton-on-Sea on the Norfolk coast. It's about 500 miles.
Online meet-up: Martin Foessleitner on ‘Waylosing’
Waylosing; a kind of reference to the Heisenberg uncertainty principle: how go balance the need for orientation and the desire for the unexpected, unorganized, strange, wild unknown teritory?
Workshop: how to design your own wayfinding system
11 - 18 Sep, 2021
We will take you on a journey, where Martin Foessleitner and Linda Rubene will point the way to good design around the principles of navigation and orientation.
Pro Arts Gallery
Listening to the Land – Pilgrimage for Nature
Organizer and creator of the walk Jolie Booth will share how Listening to the Land – Pilgrimage for Nature attempted to listen to the land and generate creative responses from doing so, but how it also changed her relationship with nature. She’s interested to know what you think it might mean to listen to the land and why such an activity might be of value to the future of our planet.