The year 2020 will be a celebration for the Hanseatic City of Bremen: Radio Bremen turns 75! The Focke Museum contributes to the festivities with a special exhibition: „Medienwelten – The World of Media“ shows the development of the regional public broadcasting agency Radio Bremen – its past, present, and future – and gives an analysis which can be applied to all the media development in Germany. The exhibition also contemplates what media means to us: on average, we spend seven hours a day with radio, television, and internet. The way we use these media varies widely. Statistics of current media usage can be accessed on interactive HandsOn exhibits, encouraging the visitors to reflect on their own media consumption and habits. With its 800 sqm, the participatory and inclusive exhibition is divided into three chapters. An elaborate walk-in media centre made of sound, film, light, and original documents takes the visitors on a journey through 75 years of Radio Bremen’s programs. Another chapter is the so-called “Schnittstelle” – an open intersection with numerous HandsOn exhibits inviting the visitors to dig deeper into the material. The third chapter, the Studio, offers audio and media exhibits, a green screen, an assembly of facts on a large wall, and the “Talking Heads”: four life-size monitors. On all levels, the visitors are encouraged to become media experts themselves and blend into the interactive exhibition.
Portfolio / Range of Services
Exhibition design and planning, exhibition graphics, planning concept, commissioning to subcontractors as a general contractor, design and planning of media, exhibits’, and HandsOn exhibits’ display, project and production management, graphics