The Haus der Geschichte Baden Württemberg in Stuttgart commissioned four exhibits under the title “Questions of Confidence” covering the topics security, participation, diversity and credibility. The exhibition looks at how the revolution created the first democracy in Baden Württemberg that sought to win citizens’ trust. It reveals the achievements and efforts, the hopes and dreams, the difficulties and fears of women and men in this era.
After the revolution of 1918/19 new security forces had to be built up and also equipped with new uniforms. Ensuring order and security was very important to the government.
The installation is an artistic floor projection that illustrates the connection between freedom and security. As soon as the projection is entered, the own mirror image appears as a living form, which can not unfold due strong wind. On the ground are eight measures / tasks of the security forces to be seen. These measures can be activated by touching them with the foot. These will appear as big circles deflecting the wind. The vistitors mirror image is now colorful and behaves different in the slipstream. How much security do I need in order to evolve and when is my personal freedom too limited?
Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg
Media Concept / Design / Programming
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