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26. March til 30. August 2020

Let us imagine digitalization and its impact on identity and society as a vast country: although some of the landmarks are familiar, there is a great deal more to discover. However, the freedom of the digital world also poses challenges …

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13. Februar til 21. Mai 2020

On 1st January 1900, the Deutsche Reichspost issued a series of new stamps, focusing on stamps with the motif of the “Germania”. This series was in use for a total of 22 years, an unusually long circulation period for stamps. …

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25. September 2019 til 23. Februar 2020

In Germany, a thumbs-up signals appreciation or agreement, while waving your hand in front of your face indicates incomprehension. To speak to someone in a car, we turn an imaginary handle to tell them to open the window. With our …

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6. JUNE 2019 til 19. JANUARY 2020

To mark the opening of the new museum building in 1990, Korean artist Nam June Paik created a multimedia equestrian sculpture. He thereby used communication devices from the museum’s collection, including radios, televisions and antennas, processed them, and named the …

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12.december 2019 til 26. April 2020

From the workplace to the doctor’s, or even at home with the family-secrecy is an essential to almost every part of our lives. Secrets can be beautiful but also frighte ning, evil or just banal. They’ve existed for as long …

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25. OKTOBER 2018 BIS 1. SEPTEMBER 2019

What is friendship? There are many answers to this question, to be found in literature, history, academic research – primarily, though, in our own experiences of life. People’s need for close friendship is near-universal, since in relationships with others we …

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29. April – 11. November 2018

The museum is closed until and including October 2nd.

We live in a world in which the connections between every person to everyone and everything seem complete. The worldwide communications networks have increasingly condensed since the Morse code days during which coded messages would be sent through networks of cables. The level of connectivity has become an indicator of economic success thanks to the development of phone communication and then the internet, as well as improved transport. In the private sphere, social networks and contacts to other people have expanded to social media channels on the internet, through which users are able to create and share content.

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23 March 2017 - 23 July 2017

Seek and you shall find – from the pineapple’s skin to da Vinci’s works, Marilyn Monroe’s facial features or the façade of Leipzig’s Old Town Hall. The golden ratio appears to be omnipresent – and can also be found in …

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Keyviusal Ausstellung no pain no game

6 October 2016 - 5 March 2017

A computer game punishing mistakes with real pain; a box creating the world’s smallest social network; balls moving as if by magic, steered by the human voice. Volker Morawe and Tilman Reiff’s multi-sensory installations take a playful and humorous approach …

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2 Ocotber 2015 - 11 September 2016

The taste of the great, wide world has faded and we’re talking about the weather again. No longer in peace with a good cigar, however. Today there’s always something to do, so let’s get started. We’re wickedly cool and shout …

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Keyvisual In 80 Dingen um die Welt

26 March 2015 - 30 August 2015

In his bestseller “Around the World in 80 Days”, Jules Verne wrote: “The world has grown smaller, since a man can now go round it ten times more quickly than a hundred years ago”. In the late nineteenth century, this …

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24 September 2014 - 22 February 2015

How do I imagine my life when I’m old? What are the challenges of aging? What chances and opportunities does it bring – now and in the future? “Dialogue with Time. The Interactive Exhibition” takes an unusual approach to addressing …