- A statistical chain reaction
Haug / Kaegi / Wetzel
On December 31st 2011, 530,729 people were living in Dresden. 4.2% of them were foreigners, 51% women and 8.9% were unemployed. In contrast to that, 1.8 million people were visiting Dresden as overnight guests. 17.8% of them were foreign tourists who spent, on average, 2.1 days in Dresden. Statistics gathers people and packs them into pieces of pie, into bars and curves that are used to further political arguments and create economic strategies. What if those statistics had faces? What if Dresden could be represented on stage by 100...