The Wanderbank [Wandering bench] is an exploration of the principle of urban coding. Cities function as semiotic systems that can be coded/decoded. Street furniture plays an important but often overlooked role within this system. Objects of public space such as rubbish bins, advertising pillars or park benches are omnipresent but inactive. In a deliberate intervention in this fixed placement, park benches were relocated. The documentation can be found at created Google Maps locations in the form of photos and reviews.

Supervision: Prof. Constanze Fischbeck, Prof. Thomas Rustemeyer, Hanne König