I plan to join the local park experience of sports minded Berliners by jogging. I will set out a nice run for myself with as many trees as possible. For me the run will be firstly totally new, as I did never run in Berlin before. Every time that I do the run again, the memories about the run(s) before will come back. I improve myself every day, so in a way I always run against myself. I improve the route every day, so the best parts will be run most intensely.
The research will be about how the visualization of my route data and speed do influence my every day experience both the city and my body.
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The Research Station is commissioned by SKULPTURENPARK BERLIN_ZENTRUM for their project Wunderland. The station can be found on the open ground between Seydelstr and Beuthstr
Researchers include: Esther Polak (Amsterdam) 18-22 Aug, Annika Lundgren (Gothenburg/Berlin) 17-21 Aug, Martin John Callanan (London) 24-30 Aug, Katie Paterson (London) 31 Aug - 6 Sep, Nick Crowe & Ian Rawlinson (Manchester/Berlin) 5-10 Sep, Simon Faithfull (Berlin/London) 11-14 Sep, Tim Knowles (London) 15-19 Sep
Research Communications Day
Findings will be presented at the Research Station at 20:00 on Sunday 20 September 2009