How do you see a town if you’re always looking for something new? – New restaurants, bars, exhibitions, hiking trails, etc.? Many Salzburgers know and appreciate Fräulein Flora’s lifestyle blog. What changes a blogger’s view of the town? Eva Krallinger-Gruber and Matthias Gruber guide us through “their” Salzburg and show us places that lie behind the town’s tourist façade. A walk through Lehen and Itzling highlights people, places and (hi)stories in the town’s periphery that offer a different perspective.
The outskirts of a town – encounters on the periphery
This year’s Town Walks focus on various encounters on the periphery. We are interested in the suburban areas of Salzburg, which either remain almost unnoticed in a state of inertia, or – quite the opposite – take centre stage in the public eye. Whether the disappearance and slow revival of an “off scene”, such as that of the Salzburg graffiti artists, the gradually intensifying fusion of scientific research and creative artistic work in the Center for Human-Computer Interaction, or coverage of the town through blogs: three exceptional positions demonstrate new perspectives.
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