Stadtmacherei Nürnberg
Titelbild zu Stadtmacherei Nürnberg

Project Description

The exhibition "Stadtmacherei" explores the important role of independent creative work in helping to shape a liveable city in the 21st century.
Ken Isaac's legendary "Knowledge Box" from 1962 provided the inspiration for the implementation of "Stadtmacherei".
The hardware of the museum installation consists of silkscreen walls whose interactive function was developed by means of laser scanning between dform and THISPLAY. Thus, the current version transforms the monodirectional communication into an interactive usability that allows numerous relational links and cross-connections.
As a mobile version on the internet, "Stadtmacherei" is available as a "virtual exhibition" and portrays the creative people of the city of Nuremberg in over 70 short films, hundreds photos and textual descriptions. The "alternative cartographies" serve as city maps for new routes through the city. "Stadtmacherei" is a permanently growing archive of Nuremberg's creative scene.

Website

www.stadtmacherei-nuernberg.de

Designer

Andreas Pawlik

Bernhard Poppe

Christian Manser

Author

Redaktionsbuero Ost

Martina Fineder

Sophia Rösch

Emanuel Andel

Eren Puke

Photographer

Leo Mühlfeld

Client

Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design in Nürnberg



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