Category: Architecture + Engineering
Title: Object and Staging - Experimental Scenography: Convertible Spaces + Spatial Strategies
Name/s: Hannah Schulz, Isabell Derenthal, Magdalena Frohn, Judith Gauß, Giulia Hericks, Marina Jötten, Olena Komarova, Gabriela Kühnhardt-Alvarez, Karin Muzalewski,
Charlotte Müller, Luisa Neumann, Anne Ossenbühl, Shari Passing, Julia Rautenhaus, Oleg Romanov, Enya Rosing, Laura Schraufstetter, Lisa Töpfel, Maria Tsereteli, Michelle Weber, Angela Weyer
Medium, Object: Space Concept
University/s: Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences
Supervision: Marta Colombo, Prof. Stefan Korschildgen, Prof. Uwe J. Reinhardt, Dipl.-Des. Paul Wenert
Convertible spaces invite visitors to interact with the elements and to adopt new perspectives. The participatory exchange (spatial
strategies) enables visitors to intervene in the exhibition setting and the "merely" temporary compositions, as well as to develop their own positions in the space. At the centre is the
The central question is to what extent the object can speak for itself in a "self-determined" way or to what extent it always requires a mediating instance, according to a basic curatorial and scenographic understanding. It
A space-laboratory presents itself in its manifold aggregate states of staging.
Normally, imitation is frowned upon as a learning method in design, but the students of the Exhibition Design Master's programme take up the cudgels for the opposite. They interpret
exhibition concepts and design manuscripts of well-known role models in their own way and, with a spatial laboratory to be designed by the public, nevertheless open up a platform for new exhibition concepts.
exhibition concepts. A successful strategic impulse for future scenography.