CLIENT: Landes-Stiftung Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck
26. DECEMBER 2011
The goal was to develop modular and reusable exhibition architecture for the museum created by Richard Meier. The art bulletin (1-2/10011 edition, page 56), reports on the results: “The fantastic spatial effect of Richard Meier’s museum construction project is used effectively to establish surprising perspectives and visions by alternating between intimate built-ins and open views.” Selected small sculptures have been effectively placed in an open view with three sequential lighting conditions: “Sophisticated lighting effects provide an additional subjectivity of the view: The versatility of Arp’s artistic base element has been effectively staged.” (Art bulletin, see above)
Security sensors, developed by 235 MEDIA as well, enable the open positioning of exhibits on large wall pedestals.
In cooperation with nowakteufelknyrim and Fischer Lichtgestaltung.