- Walkability of cities
- Perception of space
katrinem (*1969) The examination of sound and space has long been an integral part of katrinem’s artistic work. Comprehensive training in classical music (violin/viola) with constant performance practice (orchestra, ensemble) formed the broad early foundation that led to a specialization in spatial performances and new performance practices. Since 2004, a series of projects concerned with imprints of our gaits in public space, and investigating the interplay of transitory spaces and public sites, have emerged under the title go your gait! For the project GANGARTEN (go your gait! part_6), katrinem received a grant from Linz Export and with gaits in albufeira (go your gait! part_13) was prizewinner of the competition Europe – a sound panorama. katrinem is continually broadening, challenging and refining her individual approaches to the subject of sound and space through exchange and collaborations with artists and researchers such as Sam Auinger, Gernot Böhme, Annea Lockwood, Bruce Odland, Holger Schulze or Penelope Wehrli.
- GANGARTEN - Linz in the rhythmic reflection of its partner and friendship cities (go your gait! part_6, limited edition) ISBN 978-3-00-028329-1
- Schrittrhythmen in urbanen Räumen. positionen. texte zur aktuellen musik, Heft 94
- SchuhzuGehör – path of awareness. Ars Electronica catalog 2014
- go your gait! part12. Radiostück, ORF Kunstradio Wien 2011