In the educators’ tour, teachers will get an exciting insight into the exhibition Domestic Drama and will also have the opportunity to exchange ideas.
Intriguing works by international artists can be discovered on two levels in the exhibition Domestic Drama. There are numerous objects on display that have something to do with living and remind us of our homes. Some of them will certainly look familiar: there is a table, but somehow it seems to be weird, a sculpture that looks like a giant mop or carpets on which, strangely enough, skeletons can be seen. A huge figure is lying on the floor and can’t get up because it’s carrying a house on its head. What’s going on right here? And what does it mean for us to have a home or to feel at home? How important is the feeling of belonging and what role do friends, family, one’s own room and possessions play in this? Put on a stage, the artworks in the exhibition come together and tell stories of people, of wishes and hopes.