Nature Unplugged

"Nature Unplugged" is a temporary, acoustic architecture and experimental installation as part of the "Frequencies" series. It captures the sonic dimensions of nature in the city with geometric shapes, amplifies them and invites you to sit and relax.


Type of intervention: Installation
Project character: art
theme: green city / acoustics / silence
Project Objective: Playing / Discourse

Project location: Munich; Milbertshofen-Am Hart; meadow between Olympiaberg, Olympia-Alm & Schuttblume in the southern Olympic Park
Project dimension: approx. 175 m2

Project period: 01.06.19-29.08.19
Project duration: 2 months
project frequency: one-time
Project timings: ongoing

Type of open space: park
Ownership: public land
Accessibility: not restricted

Client*s: Department of Culture, City of Munich // Administration
Creators: Franziska Agrawal // artist
Project partners: unknown
Other actors: unknown

(Commissioned) budget: Department of Culture, City of Munich // Administration
Funding: unknown
Own funds: none

Planning context ★★★☆☆
Thematic planning context:
Nature and "silence" can be intensified and consciously perceived with the help of the architectures.

Spatial planning reference:
The installation does not have a specific spatial reference; the focus is on the acoustic perception of nature in the city, embedded in the Olympic Park.

Research sources
Kulturreferat, Dept. 1 - Art in Public Space, 2018. competition Art in Public Space for project applications up to EUR 15,000 gross for 2019: "Frequenzen". (öffentlichen%20raum%20-%20frequenzen.pdf, 13.06.2019)
Landeshauptstadt München, n.d. Frequenzen - akustische Dimensionen der Stadt. (, 13.06.2019)

Melissa Apolaya, Victoria Wakulicz

Photographer profile
Victoria Wakulicz, TUM, 2019

Editorial revision
Johann-Christian Hannemann, Felix Lüdicke, Julia Treichel