From left: Manuela Stein, Susanne Müller-Kölmel and Gabi Hahn together with Mayor Thilo Schnor during the unveiling of the first "teaser" picture in Solingen-Wald
QUARTIER WALD - a "hybrid" art project in Solingen-Wald and in the internet
QUARTIER WALD is a long-term and "growing" art project (both online and offline) that brings art from museums and galleries onto the streets and appeals to all residents and visitors of Solingen-Wald.
The concept was developed by a team of Solingen artists together with the initiators, Manfred Hahn, who unfortunately died far too early, and his wife Gabi. The art project was and will be implemented in cooperation with the city of Solingen, solingen.digital as part of SMART CITY.
In the center of Solingen-WALD, ten street lights have been set up as "hotspots" since mid-November:
A large picture is attached to such a "hotspot" lantern as an eye-catcher. At eye level at the lamp post, interested passers-by will find a QR code with which they can use their smartphone to discover other works of art in the virtual space: photo series, paintings, drawings, sculptures - all related to the WALD district. It is even more practical for those who have the "Mensch-Solingen-App" from solingen.digital: It draws the user's attention to the art on site using so-called beacons.
Poster campaign in Solingen, September 2020
Exhibition connected 2.0, Aachen - see more
Poster campaign "open art" in Solingen
Documentation solo exhibition Ebenenwechsel - January/February 2020, OK25, Düsseldorf - see more
Video 82\sedi_v_2018 and 88\proq_2018\01 and 02: Kunstmuseum Solingen, February/March 2019
Kunstmuseum Solingen, February/March 2018