World Heritage Visitor Centre Wismar

World Heritage Visitor Centre, Wismar

A model of the building at Lübscher Straße 23 explains the building’s different functions

• Jens Imig
• Thilo Albers
• Julia Junghänel

Communication concept and graphic design
• Volker Böhm, Raik Evert, Uta Bieger, hneun

Media
• Jörgen Pisarz, artavi

Lighting
• Michael Flegel

Mounting and Production
• hertzer

Installation of the exhibits
• fissler Objekteinrichtung

Photography
• Christoph Musiol

Prussia & Saxony – Scenes from a Relationship between Neighbours

Doberlug Castle, Doberlug-Kirchhain

Double portrait of John George II of Saxony and Friedrich Wilhelm Count Brandenburg by Johann Finks, around 1665

• Jens Imig
• Birgit Schlegel
• Thilo Albers
• Jens Lohmann
• Carsten Saalmann

Mounting
• Falco Riepe

Photography
•  Marcus Müller-Witte
•  Ulrich Lange

Tabak Collegium Oranienbaum

Collector’s residence, Oranienbaum Castle, Dessau

Mouth piece of a meerschaum pipe (Sepiolith), late 19th century

• Jens Imig
• Birgit Schlegel
• Costanza Rossi
• Marlene Schaefermeyer
• Tania Sívertsen

Wood works
• Dirk Scheuerling und Peter Neumann, Zimmerservice Berlin

Photography
• gewerkdesign

Karibu Afrika

Übersee-Museum, Bremen

Lamp shade with Shoowa embroidery of the Kuba Kingdom

• Jens Imig
• Christian Hoffmann
• Fabian Leffelmann
• Rita Rentzsch
• Carsten Saalbach
• Marten Suhr

Typesetting
• Klaus Böhm

Photography
• gewerkdesign

Friederisiko. Frederick the Great

New Palace and Sanssouci Park, Potsdam

The castellan’s key

• Jens Imig
• Birgit Schlegel
• Thilo Albers
• Isabell Fringer
• Christian Hoffmann
• Christine Kitta
• Haleh Najafi-Shoushtari
• Gabriel Tecklenburg

Production management
• Rainer Kaufmann

Production
• Falko Riepe

Animation
• Jan Gabbert,  Ellen Stein,
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Architecture
• Johannes Gotaut

Photography
• Christoph Musiol

Goodbye & Hello – A dialogue with the hereafter

Museum of Communication Bern, Switzerland

There are many different ideas as to what the afterlife may look like. The exhibition »Goodbye & Hello« presents an impressive collection of bizarre objects.

• Jens Imig
• Susanne Kluge
• Rita Rentzsch
• Ann-Christin Warntjen

Fotografie
• gewerkdesign

Science + Fiction – Between Nanoworld and Global Culture

Miraikan, Tokio

• Jens Imig
• Stefan Rothert
• Birgit Schlegel
• Barbara Höffer
• Tobias Solcher
• Hendrik Unger

Curators
• Thomas Spring
• Stefan Iglhaut

Artists
• Atelier Joep van Lieshout
• Dellbrügge & de Moll
• Christoph Keller
• Mark Weis, Martin de Mattia, M+M
• Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau

Scientists
• Andreas Engel
• Eva Kimminich
• Jörg Kotthaus

Photography
• Herling/Gwose
• Ursula Böhmer
• Peter Cox