Human Light - Let’s make Frankfurt shine from within

Sebastian Keilich

Julia Wenzel

People have a need for employment & effectiveness, proximity, social interaction, diversity and freedom. Cities would seem to make this possible, which is why they have we long attracted us. Only we ourselves make a junction of traffic and trade routes habitable. The more we can admit to these needs - the more we can be ourselves - the brighter we "shine". Frankfurt is a gleaming city, with a radiant skyline, bright pavements, streets, parks and shops. But only we make the city shine. And the more we ourselves shine, the better – and more worthwhile, life in this city becomes.

With the category "Better City", the LUMINALE has set itself the goal of providing stimulus for sustainable urban development and showcasing projects that add lasting value to the city's residents in terms of the environment, safety, cityscape, mobility, lighting, or peaceful coexistence, and which has inspired us to realize a community project that is for and with the people of Frankfurt.

We, Sebastian and Julia, will make this light tangible for everyone at the LUMINALE - a gathering of so many different people: Every day, for, and above all, with, everyone.

Based on Joseph Beuys' expanded concept of art, we would like to invite you, the visitors to the LUMINALE, to become artists yourselves and, thus also a designer of this city.

More Information: www.human-light.com

Sebastian Keilich

As a facilitator, Sebastian Keilich guides people and organizations through processes of change. In so doing, he creates new scope for thought and action to help and enable each individual to recognize and consciously use their strengths.

Julia Wenzel

Julia Wenzel creates reversion concepts to stimulate new thinking, rethinking and taking acting. She is guided by the desire for new space, social design possibilities and more solidarity. As a facilitator, she also guides and monitors group processes.


Human Light - Let’s make Frankfurt shine from within

Ausstellung  |  Veranstaltung

  • 12.und 13.03.20, 17:30–20 Uhr
    14.04.20, 14:00–16:30
  • Klassikstadt, Orber Strasse 4a, 60386 Frankfurt am Main

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