From 13 to 16 July, the first Perspectival took place in Damüls and Fontanella under the motto "[Out]borders", where over 500 visitors were invited to discuss, reflect, create, celebrate and argue together as part of a wide variety of event formats - for a respectful and tolerant society.
The opening of the Perspectival took place on 13 July. With a mixture of culinary delights, music and exciting participants such as Angelika Simma Wallinger (Editor-in-Chief of ORF Vorarlberg), Peter Iwaniewicz (Head of the Department for Sustainable Development and Awareness Raising at the Federal Ministry for Climate Protection) and Jens Schröder (science journalist), the opening was a very special evening.
On Friday morning, special people such as Nina Horaczek (chief reporter for the Viennese weekly newspaper "Falter") and Marc Girardelli (former ski racer) shared borderline stories from their lives during a hike up the Elsenkopf at [Grenz]Funk.
The swing exhibition, which opened during the Perspectival, focuses on the boundaries between the digital world and deceleration and can be visited at the FIS Ski Museum Damüls for the next two years.
The [Border]Dance programme went from concert to concert at four different locations with artists such as Simon Lewis.
The first Perspectival offered a platform for discussions, encounters and creative solutions and opened up a variety of perspectives for participants from near and far.