Stop and Go: Nodes of Transformation and Transition (Sternberg Press / Publication Series of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #23)
Investigations of people in transit across the informal hubs, terminals, and nodes that crisscross Eastern Europe and Vienna.
Stop and Go is a research project by architect and artist Michael Hieslmair and cultural historian Michael Zinganel that focuses on the transformation of the informal hubs, terminals, and nodes along Pan-European transport corridors in Eastern Europe and Vienna. Following the fall of the Iron Curtain and the expansion of the EU, the need to improve infrastructure and develop faster connections between places affected the public realm at the margins and even in the center of cities. Stop and Go investigates the people in transit across these transnational networks with descriptive text, images, and maps.