The audio guide “left here, right there” joins together two exhibition formats: the permanent exhibition at the Grassi Museum for Applied Arts and the temporary exhibition on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the Academy of Visual Arts. The audio guide draws on the existing exhibition spaces and pathways and connects information, associations, instructions and narrations with each other. The guide was developed by the artist Angelika Waniek in dialogue with curators Alba D`Urbano and Olga Vostretsova, for the tour “From Antiquity to Historicism”. Individual tracks can be loaded and saved in advance from the following website. Or you can join the artist on a poetic tour of the exhibition.
Please note: The audio tracks incorporate the word ‘room’, an Arabic numeral and the names of the artists that are discussed in the room. The room number is identical to that of the Grassi Museum’s guidance system. You can find your bearings by looking at the titles of the texts that are on the walls of each room.
Try the following: Stroll around the rooms with the audio guide. Don’t spread open an umbrella between yourself and the space. Allow the visual aspect to connect with the acoustic and settle like snow falling on a landscape. Go left, go right. The medium of the audio guide is an instrument for showing. What can be made tangibly visible?
The audio guide is only available in German.
Intro – in front of the exhibition rooms
Room 1 – Valentina Seidel and Julika Achtzig
Room 3 – Ivana da Vivanco
Room 4 – Susan Winter
Room 5 – Stefan Hurtig
Room 5 – Nora Frohman
Room 7 – Christin Lahr
Room 8 – Raphael Sbrzesny
Room 9 – Ingrid Wildi Merino
Room 9 – Between Past and Future
Room 12 – Sven Johne
Room 14 – Benjamin Dittrich, Maya Schweizer and Doris Ziegler
Room 15 – Tanzen
Room 16 – Franziska Meinert
Room 18 – Chloé Piot
Room 19 – Mathias Hoch, Adelaide Cioni and Chloé Piot
Room 21 – Manu Washaus
Room 22 – Marion Porten and Anna-Lena von Helldorff
Room 23 – Bea Meyer
Room 24 – Franziska Meinert
Room 26 & 27 – Dagmar Varady, Verena Landau and Gottfried Binder
Room 28 – Jana Engel and Thomas Locher
Room 29 – Heidi Specker
Room 30 – Paula Muhr and Katarina Immekus-Cyan