An Immersive Exploration and Performance
Inspired by the theme of the Weimar Kultursymposium 2019, “The Route Will be Recalculated,” WANDER is a unique immersive and performative experience in which participants will explore their orientation to and relationship with the geographical world. Through the lens of a morning hike, WANDER will give participants the chance to see the city around them in a new way.
Though it’s not just a walk in the woods, participants should be comfortable walking on uneven trails for multiple miles and come prepared with sturdy shoes or boots, appropriate outdoor apparel, and water.
A discussion as well as a picnic with light snacks, included in the $5 registration cost via Eventbrite, will follow.
Interested guests may choose whether they would like to participate on Saturday, March 30, or Saturday, April 6. Date selection is made through Eventbrite. On both days, the event will begin at 10:30 AM.
The exact meeting location within NW Washington, DC will be revealed to registered guests a few days before the event.
Created and directed by Kevin Place, together with the Goethe-Institut, with support of the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics at Georgetown University.