Ruhr Ding: Territorien - Experience Urban Arts by Bike

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With the "Ruhr Ding: Territorien", Urbane Künste Ruhr will be showing 22 art projects in four cities Bochum, Dortmund, Essen and Oberhausen from 4 May to 30 June, all of which have one thing in common: they are located at very different locations. You can discover them particularly well by bicycle - no matter whether you join one of the guided "Irrlichter" tours or start your own voyage of discovery. In this collection, we introduce you to all the projects of the Ruhr Ding that you can easily combine into your perfect art tour.

"Ruhr Ding: Territorien" deals with the relationship between identity and territories - starting from the Ruhr area as a region shaped by territorial questions in the narrower sense and the accompanying phenomena of increasing globalization such as migration and nationalism in the broader sense. Against this background, you can dive deep into the world of art and culture, or simply enjoy exciting, entertaining, sometimes serious and sometimes funny art projects in most extraordinary locations. You can also ride your bike to places you certainly didn't know yet, even if you live in the region.

The exhibition is accompanied by an extensive programme of events and information. Irrespective of whether you travel in your own city, in the region or from outside, there is a lot to experience and the most immediate way to do this is by bicycle: The Night Wisps tours are dedicated to the different ways of experiencing art in urban space. The guided tours focus on getting involved in the unforeseen and looking at one's own surroundings in a new way. Local partners and trained art mediators help you discover the Ruhr thing in an unconventional way.

All information about the "Ruhr Ding: Territorien", about the artists and the guided tours can be found at urbanekuensteruhr.de/de#/detail/projekt/irrlichter-touren.

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Art Projects – Ruhr Ding: Territorien

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    "There is only one thing that gives me more pleasure than art: shooting a really nice passport in football," says Scottish artist Roderick Buchanan. And because football and the Ruhr area simply belong together, he thought of something special for his contribution to the Ruhr Ding: On the ash court of the SC 1920 Oberhausen he puts on a hexagon football field on which three teams can play against each other at the same time. You are invited to try it for yourself and experience the game in a different way, away from the usual duality. In addition, there are tournaments in which very different groups compete against each other and can ally themselves.

    In his two exhibitions "Unofficial Envoy of the Tartan Army" and "Through the Looking Glass" you can also discover interesting and humorous video works and photo series around the emotions, but also conventions and codes of football and look at pictures from the early days of Instagram.

    Thursday is game day! Official games on the three-sided football field take place every Thursday at 19 o'clock. If you want to get a first impression, here is a little video of the creation of the Hexagon playing field:


    Opening hours:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    Nicoline van Harskamp stages a video installation on the subject of "names" in the waiting room of the registration office of the town hall of Oberhausen, a place for bureaucratic reporting. She tells stories that she has learned in intensive conversations with people from the region, with migrants, specialists and researchers. The people told about the adventures of their own and other names - sometimes serious, sometimes funny, sometimes surprising.

    The huge red brick building of the town hall has been the seat of the administration of Oberhausen since 1930. The city hall is located in the middle of the city, but is beautifully surrounded by various green spaces, which loosen up the cityscape. On the meadows of the Berlin, Königshütter and Grillo Park, you can really take a break when you come by bike.

    Opening hours:
    Tuesday to Thursday 8am to 4pm

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    Since 2006 kitev works in Oberhausen. Located in the water tower of the central station, the group around Christoph Stark, Agnieszka Wnuczak and Stefan Schroer realizes a variety of artistic projects in the region and beyond. The founding of the alternative education institution Free University and the collaborative construction of the mobile Refugees' Kitchen, now run by refugees, are just two examples of the work of the collective.

    With the exhibition "OMG! What have we done ?! "informs the club about his previous work and current projects. You can also have the stories told live on site.

    The water tower is located in the immediate vicinity of the Oberhausen train station. From here you can quickly cycle to the Rhein-Herne-Kanal, where you will find the entrance to the Emscher Park cycle path. The circuit leads you through the Ruhr area and to other cultural hotspots.

    Opening hours:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    While in the youth the world appears open and a reorganization of things not only necessary, but actually possible, resignation often takes over the place of noble ideals in old age. With a mixture of melancholy and amusement, one looks back on the storm and urge time and shakes his head over the naivety with which one once believed to be able to change the world.

    That's exactly what the short films by Ariane Loze are about, which is a real one-woman show: In her films she is not only working in front of the camera, but also behind the camera. She is a camerawoman, actress, lighting designer, editor and producer in one person. For the Ruhr Ding, she took typical linguistic codes that every generation reinvents itself as the starting point of her video installation. In doing so, she lets different voices compete against each other: those who revel in the memory of better times, those who have already surrendered in conformism, and those who long for change full of idealism.

    The Café Transatlantik is a very suitable location for this art project. In the past, this was the cinema Europa Palast. If you arrive by bike, you can first strengthen yourself in the flair of a cruise ship with a delicious breakfast.

    Opening hours:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    Not far from Bochum Central Station lies the Ateliergemeinschaft Automatique. Here not only are many art exhibitions organized with the focus on queer feminist themes, but above all culture is created, lived and discussed.

    Fittingly, the artists Eva Busch and Julia Nitsche will exhibit here from May 4th. The feminist movement of the 80s and 90s in Bochum is illuminated here under the title "Emanzenexpress_ together we are meaner".

    What is self-evident to many today had to be won and fought for at this time. It is exactly these negotiations, discourses and struggles that the artists want to make visible again. Through reproduced finds from various women's archives and with a wall-filling map you can immerse yourself in the history of Bochum feminism.

    If you want to continue discussing the topic with a cold beer and a small snack, the Bermuda Triangle is right around the corner. Here you can quickly find a place at the bar.

    Alternatively, it is also a good idea to cycle north by bike: the Erzbahn route will then take you directly to Holger's ore train station - the perfect setting to round off a day full of art and culture with fresh air and a cold drink.

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    Hardly any industrial estate embodies the structural change as strikingly as that of the former Opel works in Bochum, in addition to the mines and steelworks. Where once countless cars ran off the production line, the Mark 51,7 °, which is to inherit the Opelwerke as a new economic and knowledge location, now arises.

    This fits the project of Louis Henderson and João Polido. They researched the region for the musical echo that accompanies the changes. The result is a musical essay that describes music as a form of concrete resistance to industrial capitalism in space and time.

    In an exciting environment you will walk through a sound installation in the mix with five radio essays, which narrate the search for the connection between industrial work and music.

    Afterwards it is worthwhile to drive to the Bermuda Triangle of Bochum. There you will find many bars and pubs where you can end the evening with a very digestible Soundkullisse.

    Opening hours:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    Stefan Marx is an artist somewhere between DIY and fine art. The election hamburger does not quite fit into a simple drawer. Originally based in the skateboard scene, Marx accompanies labels such as Cleptomanicx with his works. His typefaces, however, also adorn galleries, books and album covers.

    For the Ruhr Ding Stefan Marx designed three huge murals in Essen, Bochum and Dortmund. The three black and white typographic works can be admired on residential facades from 4 May. The motifs connect the history of the Ruhr area with the fate of miners in the USA and pick up on the first lines of the song "The Dying Miner" of the American folk legend Woody Guthrie: "It happened an hour ago, deep down in the coal tunnel, gas caught fire by a lamp, and now the miners suffocate in the smoke. "

    Starting from here you can easily connect further (ent) exciting Bochum places with the bike. Right next to the huge Ruhruni with its interesting architecture is the Botanical Garden of Bochum. In good weather, it is worthwhile to roll down to Kemnader Lake, where you can look for a cozy spot on the water.

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    Sustainability is more important than ever. It plays a big role in all lifelong life - so of course in art too. "Material Management on Tour" picks up this theme and implements it artistically. The project serves the recycling and reuse of materials, things and not least ideas from theater, museum, film shoot or fair. It is a sustainable, diverse fund that is actively implemented here, with the desire to anchor the project in the region in the long term.

    Sustainable is also the further utilization of the exhibits. Everything that was saved from the pointless scrapping is traded according to the maxim "the more charitable, the cheaper". This benefits, for example, freelance artists, art projects by youth groups, educational institutions or students without a large budget who are supported by the fund. For example, the youth theater pays much less than a commercial film production. However, nobody is excluded.

    Material Management on Tour stops for the Ruhr Ding am Colosseum in Westpark Bochum. Here, among other things, the opening ceremony of the entire "Ruhr Ding: Territories" takes place.

    From the Colosseum you can then perfectly start a small tour of the Ruhr area. On the northern edge of the West Park, for example, starts the Erzbahn route, which leads via Herne to the Rhine-Herne canal to Gelsenkirchen.

    Opening hours:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 12 to 18 o'clock
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 to 20 o'clock
    closed on Mondays

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    Here art becomes particularly vivid. For you can not only look at the work of Suse Weber, but watch him at the beginning. The artist will work on site during the entire duration of the exhibition and you can even have a say in the development.

    The theme of the installation in an old signal box house in Bochum West Park is the "racehorse of the little man" - the pigeon. And in all the faccets: From the peace pigeon to the carrier, from the military utility to the religious symbol animal, from the fascination of their sensory abilities to the "painterly" destructive power of their legacies - with almost universal demands and humor. Thus, she creates new perspectives on previously little-known or considered aspects of the pigeon motif.

    From the adjacent Westpark you can start a nice bike ride through the industrial history of the Ruhr area. This is where the Erzbahn line begins in the direction of Gelsenkirchen. Along the bike route you will find many other cultural hotspots up to the Rhine-Herne Canal. Quite down-to-earth and typically Ruhrpott is, for example, Holgers Erzbahnbude, where you can end the day relaxed.

    Opening hours:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    The presentation of one's own work in the respective national pavilion at the Venice Biennale has a special significance and, as a rule, means an international career surge for the participating artists. But only a few artists have this opportunity - especially Bulgarian art is rarely represented at the Biennale.

    Ivan Moudov dedicates many of his works to the lack of representation of the Bulgarian art scene, and this is exactly the sign of his installation in the Urban Arts Ruhr. The mourning hall Havkenscheid with its distinctive concrete architecture becomes, so to speak, the Bulgarian Pavilion, in which 23 very different artistic ideas are presented - all works that were not selected for the simultaneous Biennale in Venice. However, they are presented here in narrative form - each visitor thus makes his own image with his imagination and thus the absent present.

    In a subsequent walk across the central cemetery you can let your mind run wild. If you want to kick off your soul afterwards, the beautifully situated Springorum bike path is perfect. This starts very close to the western main entrance.

    Opening hours:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    The exhibition "The Alt-Right Complex" deals with right-wing populists, who today particularly use the Internet and the social media. Here you dive into a (sub-) culture that spreads through online forums and platforms or memorable memes, flag worship and symbolism and critically deals with, for example, the prepper scene, White Supremacists and Dark Enlightenment. Those who have heard nothing (or not much) of all this can find out in a detailed glossary of the meaning of the most important terms. In addition, the Alt-Right complex presents twelve projects on the subject of 16 artists from twelve countries.

    The venue of the exhibition is the Dortmunder U., which is well known far beyond the city limits. From all directions, the capital letter can be seen in the center of Dortmund. The old brewery building has been one of the largest cultural houses in Dortmund for several years. The media art association HMKV, which presents the exhibition, is located on the third floor.

    After the exhibition, you can treat yourself to a real Dortmund beer in the nearby kiosk of the Bergmann Brewery and thus give the somewhat heavy fare in Dortmund's U an easily digestible and yet very suitable ending.

    Opening hours:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    In his work, Sam Hopkins repeatedly explores what it means to be part of a society. In "Die Dauercamperin" he observes a trend towards encapsulation in small groups who take care of themselves. He explores and questions the potential and the dilemma that results from the individual's political actions.

    In the parking lot next to the austere, neoclassical building of the vacant Hoesch administration building, Hopkins stages a tribute to Lena Bauer, a fictional person who has spent her life on exactly this piece of land in a permanent camp community. A lonely caravan testifies to this past.

    From the porch of the caravan you can experience an installation that tells the political discussion and the emotional arguments of Lena and her partner Holger. Audio fragments evoke the imagination of a near future in which Europe has lost its economic supremacy, the state has put power in the hands of the private sector, and unbridled populism has long been the norm. Many people are out of the reach of the state, entire urban areas are populated by independent self-sufficiency communities. But even within their community, Lena and Holger have radically different views on their political future and the potential of their community.

    Here in the Union Quarter there is also plenty of other culture to experience. Highly recommended is the Videomap from the quarter. Here are some exciting projects and good tips for cafes and much more: unionviertel.de/videomap

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    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    From August 24 to 30, 1973, Turkish, Italian and left-organized German workers went on strike at the Ford plant in Cologne-Niehl. The reason for the stoppage was the dismissal of 300 Turkish workers, who had returned late from the four-week summer vacation. The Ford strike is just one of many examples of radical left-wing and solidary politics, and in the awareness of German majority society, it is barely present today. As part of the Ruhr Ding, Achim Lengerer revisits her with his work "Soundtrack to the Left".

    The location "Recorder 2" acts as a recording studio for the duration of the installation, in which you can listen to multi-lingual conversations with contemporary witnesses, but you can also participate in the ongoing recording of further interviews with guests and activists so that the work keeps growing.

    The project room "Recorder II" is located in the harbor of Dortmund, where a lot of creative work is being done today. Here you can always enjoy small exhibitions or concerts by various artists in a cozy atmosphere. Afterwards, it is worthwhile to continue through the streets of the harbor district. Right around the corner is for example the Subrosa Hafenschenke, a good address for a cool blonde.

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    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    In his works Stefan Marx often captures everyday observations figuratively and typographically. Not infrequently, he uses statements from conversations or song quotes. In connection with the places in which his drawings find their way back to the Ruhr Ding, the quotes give rise to new contexts of meaning.

    "Another Weekend" is written in large letters on the house facade in Dortmund - a reference to the song of the same name by American singer-songwriter Ariel Pink.

    You can use your weekend to watch this beautiful piece of art around the clock and fill it with life with your own interpretation. It is one of three works by the Hamburger Küntler for the Ruhr Ding. The other two are in Essen and Bochum. Maybe you would like to combine it with a bike ride? However, it is also worthwhile if you look around on the spot. The Brückviertel is one of the most popular and liveliest quarters in the city center of Dortmund. Here you will find many bars and pubs. The concert hall is also at home here. An entertaining weekend is guaranteed!

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    The so-called Prepper scene (from the English to prepare - Vorbreiten) creates food supplies and collects potential barter that could ensure survival from "day X" in an emergency. Especially in right-wing extremist circles, supporters are often called upon to become "preppers" and to prepare themselves for a takeover of power after the day X with the acquisition of weapons and combat training over the years.
     
    The artist Henrike Naumann (* 1984) sets up a prepper shop from used retail furniture and home accessories at the Dortmund Peace Square. Instead of weapons and barter goods, home appliances, especially design classics from the 1980s and 90s, are offered here. For example, the design lemon presses become a weapon of self-defense.

    The Friedensplatz in Dortmund is a very suitable location for Henrike Naumann's installation. Again and again political demonstrations take place here. But there is always something going on here too. At Christmas time, the world's largest Christmas tree sparkles and in summer, the square offers many events a good location. Football fans, on the other hand, are well known as the venue for BVB championship celebrations, with more than 100,000 people streaming into the Friedensplatz.

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    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    Where once the soot was scrubbed from the skin, today art is presented. The old washhouse of the coking plant serves as a venue for exhibitions. As part of the Ruhr Ding Alexandra Pirici is here to guest. It shows a mixture of dance performance and hologram installation, in which the role of the human body is discussed. The artist draws the body as a controllable and controllable territory, as a measured and fully grasped object, and its changing role - in industrial production to the present time of data value creation.

    The old coking plant Hansa is a great backdrop, which belongs to the heritage of the Ruhr area. It is part of the industrial heritage cycle route and can be visited as a monument and museum. Between 1927 and 1992 countless tons of coal were processed here. As you step into the laundry room, the laundry and locker room of the coking plant, which has been shut down since 1992, you can literally feel the absence of hundreds of miners.

    The Hansa coking plant is best described along the theme route "Coal, Steel and Beer". More information can be found here: route-industriekultur.ruhr/themenrouten/06-dortmund-dreiklang-kohle-stahl-bier.html.

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    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    The Museum Folkwang dedicates a solo exhibition to the Chicago artist Margot Bergman as part of the Ruhr Ding. She over-paints existing paintings that she bought at the flea market with her own image ideas and sees herself as a collaborator with the unknown authors. The newly created works interweave landscape views, hunting scenes and still lifes with mostly female portraits.

    The Museum Folkwang is one of the most important cultural houses in Germany. It is located in the heart of the city of Essen. You can reach it quickly by bike from the Gruga Cycle Path, which also takes you past many other cultural hotspots.

    Opening hours:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 10am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10 to 20 o'clock
    closed on Mondays

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    Since the early 1970s, Dutch artist Hans Eijkelboom has addressed the question of how far the individual is a product of the culture in which he lives, and how this culture evolves through new technologies, forms of work and communication channels. For the Ruhr Ding he has installed two of his photo series, "Urban Culture" and "The Street & Modern Life", on the second floor of a former furniture store in downtown Essen - not only if you are interested in people photography, absolutely worth seeing!

    For the exhibition, you can cycle quite relaxed on the RS1, the flagship cycle route project of the Ruhr area, which is already completed from Mülheim to Essen and is itself a real highlight. The Radschnellweg should once cross the Ruhrgebiet and connect the cities of Hamm, Dortmund, Bochum, Gelsenkirchen, Essen, Mülheim and Duisburg.

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    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    Beauty contests are as important as major events in the Philippines, as in Europe the Eurovision Song Contest or the World Cup. Filipino migrant workers, who often work as nurses, housekeepers or nurses, have taken this event, which serves as a welcome change from their busy daily routine, to the whole world. Since filming the Turkish beauty artist and filmmaker Köken Ergun in 2010 in a club in the Tel Aviv bus station, he has been following the lives of Filipino communities around the world as a long-term project.

    In five individual interviews of his film project Binibining Promised Land, you will also get an insight into this act. One of them is still brand new and was created directly in Essen. His work is presented in the private and cozy atmosphere of a small café in a residential building on Essen's Baumstraße.

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    Multimedia artist Lawrence Lek created a fictional hotel room for the Ruhr Ding for a future society, in which a luxurious version of the AirBnB sharing economy has replaced the classic housing market. The fictitious Nøtel Corporation offers the right architecture and services for a life of constant mobility: By reading personal data, the company offers an individually luxurious stay at any time of the day or night. Artificial Intelligence replaces human resources to meet guests' every conceivable need. Surveillance via drones, face recognition and associated comprehensive sensor systems ensures the greatest possible security and privacy.

    For the Ruhr Tower, which houses not only a hotel and restaurant but also numerous companies, Lek develops a site-specific and walk-in video installation from the Nøtel concept. Lek uses digital architectural simulations to ask critical questions about technological development in an urban context. By designing a scenario in which intelligent robots displace human employees, Nøtel plays with the tension between the desire for luxury and the phantasm of artificial intelligence.

    The Essen Ruhr Tower was the headquarters of Ruhrgas AG and today serves as a conference hotel and venue. From Essen main station, it is easily reached by bike. But you can also easily integrate it as a side trip into a tour, for example, over the Ruhrtalradweg.

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    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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    Here you will find one of three works by Stefan Marx, who participates with three monochrome wall paintings in Bochum, Dortmund and Essen on the Ruhr Ding. The three murals form a triptych symbolizing the past, present and future of the Ruhrgebiet. While the wall in Bochum represents a final adieu to the mining history of the region, the past is left behind in Dortmund, commenting on the neoliberal working society that still shapes life in the present day. With the soundtrack Woody Guthries, the wall in Essen honors the everyday life of the little man and his search for a better future.

    The visit of the Essener mural can be combined with a drink in the Temple Bar, which can be found right around the corner. Coming from Mülheim, you can easily reach Essen's city center via the completed section of the RS1, the Radschnellweg Ruhr, showcase project of the Ruhrgebiet. A trip over the ten-kilometer section of the RS1 is worthwhile - with a break at the "Radmosphäre" Radcafe on the Niederfeldsee, you can crown the exit completely relaxed.

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    The WerkStadt is a space that every neighborhood would need: a stock exchange for the exchange of knowledge, a meeting space in which old and new neighbors come together with artists and scientists from all over the world, a place for refugee men as well as for Lebanese women or young students. Here is cooked, filmed, stitched or photographed and the results are shown publicly. The WerkStadt is a forum for the concerns of the people who live in Essen Katernberg.

    In the past, when the Zeche Zollverein was still in operation, miners and their families lived in the area, but since the shafts were shut down and the coke ovens cold, everything has changed. Together with the residents of the neighborhood, the author Pascal Bovée, the performance artist Lenio Kaklea and the audio artist Katharina Pelosi will explore the question of how the people in the north of Essen are dealing with these changes and which individual (over-) develop life strategies from them - you can look at the result of this work here.

    The WerkStadt can be excellently combined with other exciting places as part of a bicycle tour. Just a stone's throw away, for example, lies the Zeche Zollverein, which lies directly on the Nordstern-Trassenradweg. Which in turn is perfectly connected to other road bike paths, which allows you a beautiful and almost traffic-free bike ride through the Ruhr area.

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    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11am to 6pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 8pm
    closed on Mondays

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  • Located in the immediate vicinity of Bochum main station. From here you are quickly in the Bermuda Triangle, as well as on the Springorum bike path. Even the West Park, where the Erzbahntrasse begins, is not far away. Thus, you can reach the Ruhr Ding venues in Bochum excellent from here.

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  • About 900 meters from the main station in Dortmund, you can walk quickly from the tracks, so you can use the train. Since there is a parking space directly, but the arrival by car is no problem. The perfect place to change your bike. From here you can ride the bike in a few minutes to the Emscher cycle path and start a wonderful bike ride to the Ruhr Ding venues in Dortmund.

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