The exhibits makes air tangible: kicking off a wind, measuring one's own strength with the air, tracking the development of a hurricane, compiling scent images or experimenting with negative pressure. It becomes clear: air is invisible and yet needs space. It is light and yet full of power. It is everywhere and yet can only be noticed when it gurgles, bangs, hisses, rustles, smells, inflates and deforms things or makes them float ...
Flyer (in German) (2.374 MiB)
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