Park – Sudden Workshop as part of a prototype for new creative working methods
In collaboration with Team Wien

 

How can the transformation of work be used for social coexistence and co-working? This question, or challenge, was the center of the participatory spatial installation of Team Wien in the summer of 2017. The parking lot at the end of the Viennese Naschmarkt was used for this public experiment. Team Wien developed and built a wooden structure and provided a workspace for anyone in Vienna to use. One of the provided infrastructures was a wood-building area which was run as a sudden workshop. The intent of the Park project was to highlight the potential of a common urban and non-profit area with the focus on new working methods

building time: construction for 4 weeks, operating the following 3 weeks | location: parking lot at Naschmarkt, 1040 Vienna | budget Park & sudden workshop: 55.000 € | funding: Bank Austria Kunstförderung, Bundesministerium für Kunst und Kultur, Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien, Departure – Wirtschaftsagentur Wien | crowdfunding at we make it with 106 supporters and 16.572 € | sponsoring: MH Massivholz Austria, Verband der Europäischen Hobelindustrie, Holzcenter Weiss, Holzcenter Seca, PEFC, Wittmann Metallbau, Trevision, Share Me, Zeppelin Solutions | cooperations: Vienna Biennale, Demonstrator der Stadtfabrik, IBA Wien 2022, Nut & Feder, Viadukt Screen Prints, Urban Sync, Kino am Naschmarkt, Sidecar Catering und viele mehr | Team Wien: Leni Enzinger, Daniel Kerbler, Christian Knapp, Quirin Krumbholz, Linda Lackner, Wolfgang List, Gregorio Lubroth, Jonathan Lutter, Daniela Mehlich, Mark Neuner, Anna Paul, Maik Perfahl, Sarah Podbelsek, Bika Rebek, Felix Steinhoff | sudden workshop-team: Andreas Lint, Christian Höhl, Nikolaus Kastinger, Mark Neuner, Johnny Stein

 

Fotos: © Zara Pfeifer