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KIEZ MEETS MUSEUM: An Audio Guide by Young People for Young People about the Exhibition “Time for Fragments”

09.03.2020
Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin

Link It Up: The audio guide by young people for young people about the exhibition Time for Fragments: Works from the Marx Collection and the Collection of the Nationalgalerie is available free of charge at the Hamburger Bahnhof ticket counter.

The Project Link It Up

What does Andy Warhol have to do with a summer holiday in Italy? Which music goes together best with a work by Anish Kapoor? In the project Link It Up, students from the Gymnasium am Europasportpark secondary school sought to connect with works of art at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. They developed their own audio pieces for an audio guide, supported in their endeavour by a radio play author, an art pedagogue and their teacher. The audio guide is now available free of charge at the ticket counter at Hamburger Bahnhof. The tracks relate to the exhibition Time for Fragments: Works from the Marx Collection and the Collection of the Nationalgalerie (National Gallery).

The project Link It Up is part of the collaboration KIEZ MEETS MUSEUM between the Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and Berliner Leben – a Gewobag foundation.

KIEZ MEETS MUSEUM

The Nationalgalerie of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and the Berliner Leben – a foundation of the Gewobag housing association – have been working together successfully since 2014. KIEZ MEETS MUSEUM is a continuation of the collaboration that began in 2016. Four projects for children, teenagers and young adults will take place each school year until mid-2020.

About the Stiftung Berliner Leben

With the founding of their Stiftung Berlin Leben in 2013, the Gewobag consolidated its commitment to continuous and sustainable development in many districts of Berlin. The foundation’s work focuses on promoting equal participation and intercultural integration into Berlin life. Stiftung Berliner Leben fosters art, culture and sport, as well as projects for adolescents and senior citizens.