Kunstvermittlung geht an Land. Studentische Perspektiven auf die Gegenwart der Zukunft von Kunstmuseen in der Schweiz.
Various (Students of the Bern University of Applied Science’s Art Education programme and the University of Bern’s Institute of Art History)
|Jacqueline Baum, Priska Gisler
|Publication; 223 pages, 18 × 11 cm, softcover, perfect binding, brochure
|Students of the Bern University of Applied Science’s Art Education programme and the University of Bern’s Institute of Art History
|Automatico Studio, Demian Conrad, Maira Zimmermann (Assistant)
No sooner do we take a look into the future than it has already passed us by. In the seminar Die übernächste Kunsthalle (The next art gallery after that) held in the Covid Spring of 2020 at the Bern University of the Arts, students of design and art, the transdisciplinary Y Institute and the Art History Department (University of Bern) elaborated the thesis that the exhibition space of the future neither has to exist in the far temporal distance nor in metropolitan centres. Subsequently, the national and cantonal capitals were left to investigate art institutions in smaller cities, towns and valleys in the periphery. This resulted in contributions that reflect, as if through a lens, social tasks and developments of the art museum as an institution. Nora Sternfeld also provided a vision for the year 2035. The texts are complemented by an image section, which the students used as an 'open space' to imagine future exhibition venues by means of artistic, design, and mediation work, which also serves as their contribution to a debate on the future of the art museum as an institution