It's the first time the exhibition "energie.wenden" is shown outside of Germany in Japan at Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.
With this exhibition the focus is on the crux of matters of energy supply displayed in a playful way. This, not only through exhibits and demonstrations, but also through informative media stations and through the focus on a central interactive role-play. The visitors encounter protagonists from the energy transition, played by actors. A woman which built hydroelectric power stations, a farmer or a lobbyist for atomic power talk to the visitors and invite them to make their own decisions of particular sociopolitical urgent themes. For example should a private home be heated with oil or with long-distance heating? Pros and cons of electric cars? The personal decisions are punched into a personal card. At the end of the tour through the exhibition the punched cards can be evaluated on one of the four terminals and the result is stamped onto the card. The result shows to which group of energy transition you belong to. For the realization of the punch press a prototype was developed by Tweaklab.
In collaboration with teamstratenwerth Basel, Tweaklab developed and planned for the exhibition "energie.wenden" the center pieces of the audiovisual media technic at the Deutsches Museum in Munich.
Location: Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
Commission: teamstratenwerth Basel
Programming (evaluation of the stencils): Undef
Duration of the exhibition: 17.01.2020–29.03.2020