Along the Research Wall in the Humboldt Laboratory, visitors meet researchers at eye level in times of growing skepticism about science and become involved in a lively dialogue about the central question of our time: How do we want to live?
As the centerpiece of the exhibition "After Nature," the Research Wall has been staged as a participatory stage for science. To represent the ever changing dynamics of the scientific process the Research Wall is constantly transforming.
Everything is connected.
The innovative and specially developed kinetic installation choreographs a look behind the scenes of research: how are findings obtained that make the social and ecological transformation processes understandable as existential challenges of our liberal societies.
Not giving answers but raising questions about the complex challenges of today the Research Wall offers diverse and contradicting positions of leading researchers from a wide range of scientific disciplines.
Through this dynamic choreography, the research wall offers the audience the possibility to follow different narrative threads by moving along the broad staging and following individual protagonists and research cases. These parallel narratives are repeatedly interwoven into the main narrative and accompanied by interactive moments – a unique experience that invites multiple visits.
Research Wall is part of the inaugural exhibition After Nature in the Humboldt Labor at the Humboldt Forum Berlin
Media Scenography schnellebuntebilder
Sound Scenography kling klang klong
Exhibition Design Inside Outside/Petra Blaisse
Media Planning schnellebuntebilder in collaboration with hergarten / interactive environments COOP. Projektgesellschaft mbH
Project Management Humboldt Labor Maria Ollesch, Anna Kalvelage, Frauke Stuhl (till March 2020)
Curatorial Direction Dr. Gorch Pieken
Camera Video Documentation Nikolaus Götz
Editing Video Documentation Tim Rumpf
Composition Video Documentation kling klang klong
Photos © Humboldt-University in Berlin Philipp Plum