URBAN NATION @ Lange Nacht der Museen Berlin | A review
- Lange Nacht der Museen Berlin
- August 27, 2018
Last Saturday, the URBAN NATION MUSEUM FOR URBAN CONTEMPORARY ART took part in the Lange Nacht der Museen Berlin and was one of 80 Berlin museums that opened their doors for the numerous museum lovers until 2 am. But that's not all: exclusive guided tours and an interactive installation impressed the museum's night-time guests in particular.
The Lange Nacht der Museen Berlin is an absolute highlight of the year for those interested in culture and all those who want to experience the magic of museums at night. It goes without saying that the URBAN NATION will not only be taking part, but will also be offering a very special surprise to make its guests an unforgettable experience with another attraction in addition to the already breathtaking main exhibition.
In keeping with this year's motto of the Lange Nacht der Museen - "Stairs" - the staircase artwork, displayed at the museum since 2017, under the direction of director Yasha Young was transformed into an interactive installation that invited visitors to join in. The installation called "The Sound Of My Color" not only impressed the visitors by its look, but by entering the steps every guest could create their own melody and thus actively create an individual piece of art.
In addition, a lot of the more than 1,000 visitors took the opportunity to join the exclusive guided tours during the night and received further interesting background information on the exhibited works and the respective artists. The many interested questions and smiling faces of the museum guests that night showed that URBAN NATION's participation in the Lange Nacht der Museen was a complete success.
Many thanks to all visitors. See you next time!
The URBAN NATION initiative took part in the Lange Nacht der Museen for the second time. While in the previous year only the Production Office received visitors, the guests could now also visit at the URBAN NATION museum for the first time at night.
photos by Nika Kramer