With its knowledge and local expertise, the advisory board provides important inputs and enables the project team to reflect on its research. At the first meeting, we presented the research project and received valuable feedback on our methodological approaches and recommendations for further research activities. In the coming years, we will meet with the advisory board after each route study to discuss the progress of the project.
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We worked on the interweaving of the artistic-scientific methods of our team. We discussed the already elaborated groundwork and concretised our questions and methodological approaches. The combination of art and landscape architecture should lead us to new findings.
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A camera is screwed onto the roof of the car on a tripod and a turntable. The car moves. The camera moves with it, but also performs a rotating movement.
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Under the title “Landscape Narratives – documentation of and research on designed landscapes”, the Wachau Routes project was presented on 23 September at the 3rd Heritage Science Austria Meeting at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Our poster gave first insights into our research work.
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Our initial site visit was accompanied by Rosalinde Kleemaier-Wetl, who is ICOMOS Monitor for the Wachau World Heritage Site. She showed us places where the impact of traffic routes on the cultural landscape is clearly visible. In Spitz we met the World Heritage Manager Ingeborg Hödl and the nature conservation expert Hannes Seehofer in person, two proven experts on the Wachau. Ingeborg Hödl will accompany the project in an advisory position as member of the Advisory Board in the coming years. By visiting Olafur Eliasson’s Camera Obscura on the ferry in Spitz and Gelitin’s Nose in St. Lorenz, we saw two of the most important contemporary artistic works in the Wachau. The exciting insights on our first tour through the Wachau made us curious to understand this landscape in more detail.
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The Wachau Routes project started in July 2022 with a kick-off meeting at the Institute of Landscape Architecture at BOKU. We, that is Iris Andraschek, Daniela Lehner, Hubert Lobnig and Roland Tusch, will investigate the routes through the Wachau in detail over the next four years using arts-based and landscape architecture research methods. The interdisciplinary approach (art, landscape architecture, architecture) allows the traffic routes to be classified in all their complexity within the development process of the designed landscape space. We are looking forward to the next exciting four years!