public/ urban

Ausstellungen Mumok

design of exhibitions in the Mumok
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Facts

Client | Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig

Design | technical and artistic management

Typology | exhibition

Location | Vienna

Stage | built

Ausstellungen Mumok

The exhibition Public Rituals was a presentation of video installations by young Polish artists. A problem was posed by the competing sounds from works presented in a single space, the MUMOK Factory. This was solved within a limited budget by installing heavy, room-high black curtains to create individual compartments where visitors were able to concentrate, undisturbed, on a single installation.

A problem was posed by the competing sounds from works presented in a single space, the MUMOK Factory. This was solved within a limited budget by installing heavy, room-high black curtains to create individual compartments where visitors were able to concentrate, undisturbed, on a single installation. The last images are showing another design for an exhibition of the renowned American artist Kara Walker in the MUMOK Factory. The space receives its proportions from two partition walls, one that is across from the entrance and used as a projection screen and the other containing a display case for smaller works. The large-format works are grouped along the outer walls by themes, creating a harmonious situation while using only minimal resources.