Along the Fence

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Schönwalder Allee 26, Berlin, Deutschland

Walking piece details

Duration57 minutes
Cost Free

One of four participants guides the group along his usual route, which runs (due to his short memory disorder and his visual impairment with his right eye) counter-clockwise along the fence of Johannesstift area. So he can always see with his seeing left eye the fence around area and arrive at the starting point of his walk, closing the circle.

The project was developed as part of my art walk workshop, which is run as a regular educational program at the creative center for people with physical and cognitive disabilities “Die Macherei” at the Johannesstift Diakonie, Proclusio GmbH Berlin. The walk was made with the group of four people. Due to data protection, the names of the participants may not be mentioned in credits.


Andrey Ustinov &
Die Macherei, Johannesstift Diakonie Berlin, Proclusio GmbH

Andrey Ustinov

Andrey Ustinov

Andrey Ustinov (*1975, Luga, former USSR) is a performance and media artist based in Berlin who explores themes of #technologies, #perception, #property, #resources, #power and mostly works in public space. The main focus of his work is the cognitive activ...

Near Schönwalder Allee 26, Berlin, Deutschland

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