Experimental Set-Up: Love Stories
Who tells whom what and how about love?
Individual experience collides with social structures. How unique are love stories? Can we identify patterns and intersections? Is love an individual process? Which conceivability of love do we have and which do we produce? These questions are the basis of an inquiry undertaken by an interdisciplinary formation of 30 students. Scientific-theoretic and artistic-practical approaches are combined. The test arrangement seems simple: Participants from diverse branches of study and different universities form small groups and deal with a subject from different perspectives in mutual exchange. Thereby a complex diversity of positions is created. (oelinger/rainer)