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Soft Opening “Relationship status: unclear. Art and literature at Lake Constance”

16.12. 17:00
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Soft Opening: Thursday, 16 December, 5-8 pm, free entry!

Participation is an essential part of the exhibition. With a call for participation on nextmuseum.io, artists and writers were able to submit their own contributions on the theme of “Art and Literature at Lake Constance”. The winners were selected by public vote and will now be part of the exhibition. This form of participatory curating opens up the exhibition format and creates a link to the current artistic and literary examination of Lake Constance.

Sitting, reading and looking – visitors are cordially invited to do so. The exhibition design is reminiscent of a living room or library in terms of function and appearance. Seating areas with bookshelves invite visitors to read and offer self-directed access to the literature in the exhibition, while listening stations provide a multimedia experience. In cooperation with regional schools, the literary texts are brought to life in short film clips that can be seen in the exhibition.

For the first time, the Zeppelin Museum is offering a re-entry. Once you have purchased an admission ticket, you can visit the exhibition as often as you like. This leaves more time for books, texts, works and listening stations. With free, personalisable bookmarks, passages of text can be marked in the library and found again the next time you visit. If you want, you can make yourself really comfortable and walk through the exhibition with the specially produced museum slippers. Visitors are invited to linger, relax and enjoy their time in the museum.

The exhibition will be on display at the Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen from December 17, 2021 – April 24, 2022.

With works of: Max Ackermann, Willi Baumeister, Mia Bernoulli-Hesse, Heidi Bucher, Adolf Dietrich, Otto Dix, Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, Lotte Eckener, Marie Ellenrieder, Conrad Felixmüller, André Ficus, Bruno Goetz, Erich Heckel, Hermann Hesse, Norbert Jacques, Ernst Jünger, Friedrich Georg Jünger, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Herlinde Koelbl, Erika Mann, Golo Mann, Frans Masereel, Elisabeth Mühlenweg, Fritz Mühlenweg, Eduard Mörike, Tami Oelfken, Hans Purrmann, Karl Raichle, Rainer Maria Rilke, Carl Sternheim, Thea Sternheim, Joseph Victor von Scheffel, René Schickele, Mathilde Vollmoeller-Purrmann, Rudolf Wacker, Martin Walser, Aby Warburg, Ernst Würtenberger u. a.

Curated by Charlotte Ickler and Dr Mark Niehoff, Zeppelin Museum.

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Soft Opening: Thursday, 16 December, 5-8 pm, free entry!

Participation is an essential part of the exhibition. With a call for participation on nextmuseum.io, artists and writers were able to submit their own contributions on the theme of “Art and Literature at Lake Constance”. The winners were selected by public vote and will now be part of the exhibition. This form of participatory curating opens up the exhibition format and creates a link to the current artistic and literary examination of Lake Constance.

Sitting, reading and looking – visitors are cordially invited to do so. The exhibition design is reminiscent of a living room or library in terms of function and appearance. Seating areas with bookshelves invite visitors to read and offer self-directed access to the literature in the exhibition, while listening stations provide a multimedia experience. In cooperation with regional schools, the literary texts are brought to life in short film clips that can be seen in the exhibition.

For the first time, the Zeppelin Museum is offering a re-entry. Once you have purchased an admission ticket, you can visit the exhibition as often as you like. This leaves more time for books, texts, works and listening stations. With free, personalisable bookmarks, passages of text can be marked in the library and found again the next time you visit. If you want, you can make yourself really comfortable and walk through the exhibition with the specially produced museum slippers. Visitors are invited to linger, relax and enjoy their time in the museum.

The exhibition will be on display at the Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen from December 17, 2021 – April 24, 2022.

With works of: Max Ackermann, Willi Baumeister, Mia Bernoulli-Hesse, Heidi Bucher, Adolf Dietrich, Otto Dix, Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, Lotte Eckener, Marie Ellenrieder, Conrad Felixmüller, André Ficus, Bruno Goetz, Erich Heckel, Hermann Hesse, Norbert Jacques, Ernst Jünger, Friedrich Georg Jünger, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Herlinde Koelbl, Erika Mann, Golo Mann, Frans Masereel, Elisabeth Mühlenweg, Fritz Mühlenweg, Eduard Mörike, Tami Oelfken, Hans Purrmann, Karl Raichle, Rainer Maria Rilke, Carl Sternheim, Thea Sternheim, Joseph Victor von Scheffel, René Schickele, Mathilde Vollmoeller-Purrmann, Rudolf Wacker, Martin Walser, Aby Warburg, Ernst Würtenberger u. a.

Curated by Charlotte Ickler and Dr Mark Niehoff, Zeppelin Museum.

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