Dear walkers, flâneures, perambulators, põrrr purrrrr

Cikigu trttprptt (almost) everything is closed, (almost) everyone is walking in the park.

Therefore, we invite huu-huuu you to walk, read, look and listen with us in the Tiergarten. Cikigu trprtt is a collection of processes, performances, and projects by the first year MA students in Graphic Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA GD MA), together with Manuel Raeder. During these past eight weeks each participant spent time getting lost in the park, each finding a topic of interest which responded to their surroundings — their time, research, and interests resulted in nine site-specific projects which we now invite you to find.

You’re invited to use our website to help guide you in finding each project spread throughout the park.

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Contributions by Alejandro Bellón Ample, Louise Borinski, Aleksandrs Breže, swchchwi schwiwhih Paula Buškevica, Björn Giesecke, Otso Peräsaari, Diandra Rebase, Katarina Sarap and Manuel Raeder

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The exhibition was open from Thursday 8.4. until Sunday 11.4., 24/7. But you can still visit the places and take a nice walk in the park using this website.

Keep a distance, stay safe and see you walking by,
EKA GD MA and Manuel Raeder

alert This device is not supported. Access to the website using a smartphone to start the guided tour. We recomend you to start from Siegessäule (Berlin).

Dear walkers, flâneures, perambulators,

Cikigu trttprptt (almost) everything is closed, (almost) everyone is walking in the park.

Therefore, we invite huu-huuu you to walk, read, look and listen with us in the Tiergarten. Cikigu trprtt is a collection of processes, performances, and projects by the first year MA students in Graphic Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA GD MA), together with Manuel Raeder. During these past eight weeks each participant spent time getting lost in the park, each finding a topic of interest which responded to their surroundings — their time, research, and interests resulted in nine site-specific projects which we now invite you to find.

You’re invited to use our website to help guide you in finding each project spread throughout the park.

map

Contributions by Alejandro Bellón Ample, Louise Borinski, Aleksandrs Breže, swchchwi schwiwhih Paula Buškevica, Björn Giesecke, Otso Peräsaari, Diandra Rebase, Katarina Sarap and Manuel Raeder

How it works?
phone

1. Destination: displays the title and the author of the work selected. Indicates the place you are going to. Press on it to display the entire worklist and select another project.

2. Direction: the image inside of the bubble rotates depending on the orientation of your phone. When that image matches with the background and the glow disappear means that the project is in that direction1.

3. Distance: indicates the distance from your position to the point in meters.

direction

1 (left) You are not in the right direction. (right) You are in the right direction.

Geolocation and Orientation

This website uses information from the GPS and Orientation sensors of your device to guide you through the different projects. The GPS is used to calculate the distance in meters. The Orientation sensor is used to display the direction of the project.

The data from these sensors is not stored.

Please if you are using iPhone go to "Settings > Privacy > Location > Safari > and allow location"

Keep a distance, stay safe and see you walking by, EKA GD MA and Manuel Raeder
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It’s a limb of a tree, perch of a bird, Björn Giesecke
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EKA GD MA Library Reader, Otso Peräsaari
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53-61-53-65, Paula Buškevica
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“Houseplant” Vacation, Katarina Sarap
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Artefact, Louise Borinski
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Everything that comes from the earth must return, Diandra Rebase
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BOM, Manuel Raeder
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