Wittenberg Lutherhaus

LITERALLY LUTHER. THE REFORMER FROM A TO Z

meta-services

Services

Client: Die LutherMuseen
01 DEZEMBER 2023 – 06 JANUAR 2025

The Luther House was built in 1504 as the original Augustinian monastery and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. It was given its current name because Martin Luther worked and lived there with his family after the Reformation.
Due to renovation work, the Luther House cannot be visited until 2025. However, to give visitors an opportunity to gain an insight into Luther’s life, there will be a special exhibition in the front building, known as the Augusteum. From December 1, 2023 to January 6, 2025, the exhibition “Literally Luther. The Reformer from A to Z” will be presented there.

235 Media realized a large-format, immersive spatial projection that picks up on themes from Luther’s life. Visitors are led into a boundless dimension by the room-filling projection and can thus immerse themselves in the subject matter.

The concept and production come from Dr. Ulrich Hermann’s exhibition Medien Transfer GmbH, Münster.

Related Projects

Bundeskanzler-Helmut-Schmidt-Stiftung

Museum la Boverie, Lüttich

Schauwerk Sindelfingen

Dithmarscher Landesmuseum

Carolyn Lazards/Haegue Yang

Cao Fei / Doug Rosman, Brühl

Naturmuseum Südtirol, Bozen

Arche Nebra, Nebra

Museum am Schölerberg, Osnabrück

Marta Herford, Herford