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an interactive exhibition experience


The installation was created for and with the Winckelmann Museum in Stendal, Germany. Johann Joachim Winckelmann, born in Stendal 1717, is regarded the founder of classical archeology and documented art history. The aim of the museum is to support the international research onto the life and work of Johann Joachim Winckelmann.

The installation is made to extend exhibits in the context of a museum. The visitor handles the exhibit with scrolling through the book. Highlighted words in the book can be selected with a special quill. The book contains interpretations and descriptions concerning the belvedere torso, starting with Johann Joachim Winckelmanns version; he described the torso as the mythological hero hercules. Until today, a remarkable audience dedicates to numerous interpretation of the torso, in which the exhibits aims to give an insight to.

Team: Victoria Batz, Finn Blümel, Jonas Falkenberg, Elisa Haubert

Pictures: Finn Blümel, Robert Klank


Professor: Dominik Schumacher
Project, Wintersemester 2016/17 
Master Interaction Design

Institut für Industrial Design
Hochschule Magdeburg-Stendal