Narrative, Power and the Public
9. Wolfgang Krause: A Place for Imagination—Three Projects, One Discussion, Four Annexes
Wolfgang Krause, born in 1957, studied at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts and worked as a teacher at the Weissensee Art Academy in Berlin, Germany. He has focused on interventions in public space, especially in the area of Prenzlauer Berg, since the fall of the Berlin Wall (see http://www.wolfgang-krause-projekte.de). He has participated in various international projects in public space. He was also part of Good Life—Physical Narratives and Spatial Imaginations, Belgrade October Salon, 2012.
Mika Hannula: We will intentionally begin in a naïve way. You are sitting on a train, it’s boring. At some point, the person sitting next to you asks: What is your profession? How do you answer?
Wolfgang Krause: I make art projects.
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