Guided tour

“Friday at 1” – Espresso Tours

Express guided tour of the exhibition. Quick guided tour of selected highlights. Every Friday (except on public holidays) from May 22nd at 1 p.m. on Instagram and Facebook.

 

Photo-Sound – Guided Tour with Musical Accompaniment

Pieces of music for works in the exhibition. Plus a quick introduction.

Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 6 p.m. live on Instagram

Wednesday, July 22, 2020 at 6 p.m. on Instagram and Facebook

Wednesday, August 12 at 6 p.m. on Instagram and Facebook

 

Trumpeters Dominik Gamper and Samuel Senfter are R.E.T. Brass Band members and students of Andreas Lackner, who has arranged this focus concert for INN SITU. They are prizewinners of international competitions, including the European Youth Brass Band Championship in Montreux.

 

Photosynthesis – Dialogue Guided Tours

For each exhibition, we invite people with an interesting viewpoint to give a guided tour. On this occasion, we have invited experts who look at mountains from three completely different perspectives:

Andreas Putzer_en
A walk through the exhibition with archaeologist Andreas Putzer

Andreas Putzer is a leading expert on one of the oldest known border conflicts: the murder of Ötzi, the Tyrolean Iceman from Tisenjoch, who was discovered with an arrowhead in his shoulder in the current and former border region, at the transition between two climate zones. An entire section in the graphic novel is devoted to Andreas Putzer’s explanations.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 6 p.m., digital tour live (>> to registration)
 

Andreas Oberprantacher_en
A walk through the exhibition with philosopher Andreas Oberprantacher

The two Spanish authors’ first research partner was philosopher Andreas Oberprantacher. What, in fact, makes a border? What functions does it offer? And where do borders shift to in this era of globalisation and digitalisation?

Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 6 p.m., digital tour live (>> to registration)
 

Christine Riccabona_en
A walk through the exhibition with literary scholar Christine Riccabona

Christine Riccabona works at the Brenner Archive at Innsbruck University. She is an expert in commemorative culture and has a profound knowledge of this region’s literary and cultural history.

Wednesday, July 1st at 6:00 p.m., digital tour live (>> to registration)

 

Guided tours for children, groups or individuals are available by arrangement.

T +43 505 333 – 1417, E info@innsitu.at

 

All image rights are with the represented or the photographer: Dominik Senfter, Philipp Seyr, Andreas Oberprantacher, Angelika Schwarz, Christin Jenny.