Anna Ingerfurth presents a new body of work which focusses on the city space. On one side Ingerfurth explores the 23 districts of the city of Stuttgart in lage scale drawings. Each drawing shows the political boundaries of one district and comments on its history by means of playful references to its topography, industry, landmarks, or coat of arms. On the other side Ingerfurth shows a series of andmade collages based on imagery of tourist guides from the 1950s through the 1970s. These images capture the optimism of modernist city planning centered around the automobil and the happy nucelar family. With sublte irony Ingerfurth's collages propose alternative scenarios for a more livalble city.