What makes a street, a neighborhood, or a city accessible? Accessible communities allow anyone—regardless of their physical or sensory abilities—to shop at stores, dine at restaurants, or go to the movies. The accessibility of our neighborhoods defines who we pass on the street, who is included in local conversations, and who we chat with at the café. John Schimmel and Raul Krauthausen lead a local walkabout using smartphones to identify and map locations with and without equal access.
Director: Benjamin Kahlmeyer. DOP: Max v. Matthiessen. Sound: Niklas Olscha. Editor: Ramona Schopinski. Assistant Editor: Rebekka Meßner. Producer: Johannes v. Liebenstein. Film production: Lovestone Film. Music provided by: Mona Davis Beat.
© 2012 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
Date added: Jul 9
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