Dialogue with Time, the interactive exhibition about Aging, is available from February 2017

Dialogue with Time Prologue Dialog with visitors

Dialogue with Time / Dialog mit der Zeit - By Courtesy of Atelier Brückner 2014

Dialogue with Time is an interactive exhibition about the art of aging, while challenging stereotypes and giving a glimpse into the society of the future. The guided tour is led by specially trained seniors, who work as ambassadors for the diversity of aging and the extra time that most of us will gain after retirement.

The exhibition has been a huge success since its opening in Frankfurt in September 2014 and has since been shown in Berlin (were it was inaugurated by the president of Germany) and in the Museum for Communication in Bern (Switzerland), where it has attracted over 6.000 visitors per month since the opening in November 2015. The exhibition will travel to Finland afterwards and will stay there until January 2017. Furthermore, a new Dialogue with Time exhibition has just been inaugurated in Taipei, by the president of Taiwan. It will stay in Taipei until June and reopen in October in another Taiwanse city.

The European traveling exhibition is available from February 2017 for a period of 6 months. If you are interested in hosting Dialogue with Time in your location and to work together with your local community, please contact us.

An short video the exhibition can be found here. For more information about the exhibition, please visit our website or download the attached flyer with further information.

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  • encounter
  • age
  • aging
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15 June 2017