Over the summer months, Michael Hischer’s kinetic large-scale sculptures turn the historic site of the citadel into an outdoor art space. 20 selected works from a multi-year cycle will be shown.
They are designed for the outside space, because only the wind moves them and reveals their essence as kinetic sculptures. The movement of its elements is entirely left to chance due to the action of the weather. In this way, time is inscribed in the sculptures and can be experienced not only as three-dimensional, but four-dimensional objects.
With Michael Hischer, nature and technology, order and chaos come together as complementary opposites and find their expression in the varied play of his reduced-form kinetic sculptures. Movement, balance, but also lightness are her central themes, “decelerating and slowing down her essence”. By consciously placing the objects on the site of the citadel, visitors are invited to set themselves in motion and experience art in the field of tension between nature, historical architecture and their own point of view.
With the kind support of the district funding funds of the Senate Administration for Culture and Europe
- Monday-Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
- Thursday 13:00 - 20:00
- Friday-Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
30 min. before closing time
Open again since 21 May.
Proof of a negative rapid corona test or a negative test result of a PCR test that is not older than 24 hours.
Self-tests are not permitted as evidence.
Fully vaccinated visitors no longer have to show a negative test. Please note that the second vaccination dose must have been administered at least 14 days in the past for this requirement to be met.
Visitors who have fully recovered no longer have to show a negative test. Proof of recovery is provided by submitting a positive PCR test that is at least 28 days old but not older than six months.
Pay entry at the cash desk.
Visitors are also required to wear an FFP2 face mask in all museum interiors.
A time slot booking is not necessary!
More information for your visit here.
Am Juliusturm 64, 13599 Berlin
+49 (30) 35 49 44-0
+49 (30) 35 49 44-296
Admission price 4,50 €
Reduced price 2,50 €
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Group from 10 persons 3,50 € / person
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