Updated: Dec 2, 2021
Exhibition at the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich
Opposed to the digital space and the virtual formats expanding since the COVID-19 pandemic started, “Total Space” emerges as a concept and a new immersive, experiential and interactive exhibition format adopted by many museums around the world.
With the motto “Dive in, explore, participate!” the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich presents a new exhibition at their Toni-Areal annexe. For this exhibition, the museum invited five design studios to create their very own Total Space.
The resulting design concepts trigger a very personal, mindblowing, interactive and immersive spatial experience.
A dream-like forest of columns -made out of an array of materials, shapes and textures- kissed by rainbows, designed by Kueng Caputo welcome you into the exhibition.
In the next space, a geometric landscape made of changing light and color by Luftwerk transport you into an abstract world.
A few steps further, get ready to feel a change in scale and play with Sucuk & Bratwurst as they take you into a magnified and surreal real children’s room.
Next, Soft Baroque created a room that moves around you. Stand in its center and get ready to feel dizzy with the walls and ceiling oscillating around you.
Finally, Trix and Robert Haussmann’s mirror cabinet immerses you in a kaleidoscopic illusion of endless planes in an infinite spatial depth.
This exhibition curated by Damian Fopp and Matylda Krykowski gives you a good reason to go to the museum!
Grab your face mask and your smartphone -as there are plenty of augmented reality elements- and get ready for an extraordinary experience!
You can visit Total Space from October 23, 2020 until June 20, 2021.