Press-kit AUDIOWALK GUSEN
(presentation of the international version / English synchronisation during Ars Electronica Festival, September 6-11, 2007)

Informazione stampa in italiano dell’AUDIOWEG GUSEN (AUDIOPERCORSO DI GUSEN)
Informazione Stampa (pdf, 5.015 KB)

Press-kit AUDIOWALK GUSEN
(May 5, 2007, pdf 519 KB)

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Overlapping aerial views of the concentration camp Gusen and today’s Gusen respectively. © christoph mayer chm. Using the aerial views of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), Washington, D.C and those of the digitales oberösterreichisches Rauminformationssystems (DORIS, digital upper Austrian space information system)





Sheds of the camp Gusen I used to line today’s Gartenstrasse between 1940 and 1945
© christoph mayer chm.






View of the concentration camp Gusen I. © National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), Washington, D.C.




Today’s Gartenstrasse in Gusen, shortly after the liberation of the concentrations camps Gusen I and II, in May 1945.
© National Archives and Records Administration (NARA),Washington, D.C.





christoph mayer chm. (left) with Gusen survivor Stanislaw Leszyinski at the spot where “his” shed used to be (block 23). © Jens Alpermann





Mr. J.C. (middle) with his son (left) and christoph mayer chm. In one of the quarries in Gusen where he as a prisoner had to perform forced labor.
© Jens Alpermann





The former camp brothel, now a two family home.
© Torsten Seidel





The former entrance to the camp with the entrance building (“Jourhaus”), now a private estate.
© Torsten Seidel





The stone crusher
© Torsten Seidel



 
 
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