The last few years have been turbulent. Not just corona but war, migration, climate change, populism, digitisation and new trends in work mean we all must be more flexible. Some people like this, and most do not. But it presents many opportunities for those interested in change and social innovation. These are themes which Whoosh cares a lot about and so we want to present some of the latest developments on a playful walk through the new Vienna. Temporary use for empty buildings, pop-up cycle-paths and swimming pool, fast responses to homelessness and using public space in fresh ways, sharing at work, saving food from waste, sharing knowledge and using the internet in new productive ways. These will be our focus on this fluid walk in Wien west. Because the rents are low, Rudolfsheim-Fuenfhaus presents lots of opportunities for young artists, entrepreneurs and inventors. Please join us on our adventure.
Lina Karner, a young researcher from TU Raumplanung, will co-present this tour with Eugene.
This is part of Vienna Walking Week, our attempt to rethink travel for a post-climate change age.