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The centerpiece of the festival is an exhibition of many different artists and young artists, which connects various places of industrial culture in Wolfen as a parcours and invites visitors to marvel and explore on their own. There are over 50 works of art to discover in total!

An artistically designed trail connects the old fire station in Wolfen, the wasteland of the former film and fiber factory, the Industry and Film Museum and the former cinema. More than 50 works of art and many surprises await visitors on the circular route. The trail starts and ends at the fire station and is approximately one kilometer long.

In the old fire station, the artists Jan Wenzel and Marit: Jan Wenzel and Marit Hermann (Spector Books), Tobias Zielony, Maryna Makarenko, Oscar Olivo, Elsa Saade and Amy Trompetter, Dima Levitskyi, Nataly Hulikova, Alison Shea and Frieda Westphalen, students from Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle, Sven Gatter, Viviana Medina, Anke Heelemann, Martin Maleschka, Jan Caspers, Polly Härle and Livia Szabo and Angela González and Matthias Luthardt will be showingtheir works inside .

Installations by students of the Hochschule für Bildende Künste – Städelschule Frankfurt (Main) can be seen on the Wolfen film factory site.

Artistic works by Lynn T Musiol and students from Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle can be seen in the Wolfen Industrial and Film Museum .

Jo Preußler and Axel Töpfer have installed a work of art on the façade of building 122.

Installations by the artists Scharnierfunktion, Fungi Fung, Judith Rinklebe and Seline Seidler as well as Sven Johne can be found on the way to the former AGFA headquarters, Building 123. Under the roof, students from the evening academy of the
Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig are staging a production chain.

Works of art by Wilhelm Klotzek and students of the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig can be admired on the Platz der Besten.

Artist Britt Hatzius will be presenting a permanent installation in the former cinema.

Outside, students from Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle invite visitors to take a walk and students from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg invite visitors to a surprise event. As part of KUNSTWELTEN, artists Kristiane Petersmann and Moritz Nitsche have built interactive listening stations together with pupils from Sonnenlandschule and Heinrich-Heine-Gymnasium, and edugrapes will be showing interactive media formats developed together with young people that deal with personal perspectives on the city.

Further afield, you can also discover audio walks by photographer Franziska Klose and radio author Lorenz Hoffmann as well as the artists’ collective Urban Dermatology.

Tickets for orientation on the trail and for the audio walks are available at the Infopoint in the festival center in the old fire station.

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