Installations

LichtRouten 2002 l Hermelinde Hergenhahn l  Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2006 l Mischa Kuball l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2006 l  Stefan Sous l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2003 l Thomas Roppelt l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2004 l Klaus Obermaier l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2010 l Sigrid Sandmann l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2002 l Tom Groll + Bettina Pelz l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2010 I Scherrer + Theinert l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2002 l Hermelinde Hergenhahn l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2006 l Mischa Kuball l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2006 l Stefan Sous l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2003 l Thomas Roppelt l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2004 l Klaus Obermaier l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2010 l Sigrid Sandmann l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2002 l Tom Groll + Bettina Pelz l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2010 I Scherrer + Theinert l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2004 l Jan van Munster l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2006 l Christina Kubisch l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2005 l Klaus Obermaier l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2010 l RaumZeitPiraten l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2002 l  Stefan Hofmann l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2002 l Daniel Hausig l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2006 l Molitor + Kuzmin l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2004 l Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2004 l Jan van Munster l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2006 l Christina Kubisch l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2005 l Klaus Obermaier l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2010 l RaumZeitPiraten l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2002 l Stefan Hofmann l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2002 l Daniel Hausig l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2006 l Molitor + Kuzmin l Foto Claus Langer

LichtRouten 2004 l Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi l Foto Claus Langer

Installations

A string of locations and cityscapes that have been newly developed or converted  since the first LichtRouten in 2002 will be the sites of artistic and creative interventions. The “Sternplatz” in the city’s center, the Town Hall, the Town Hall Square, the railway station, the University of Applied Sciences, the German Institiute for Applied Lighting Technology (DIAL), the Science Center Phänomenta and the Center for Development and Founders (EGC) are examples that show how the appearance of Luedenscheid has changed significantly over the last ten years. They are all located in an urban spacial context that streches from the downtown district to the new station quarter. See the overview:

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