The Museum Judengasse was reopened in March 2016 after a complete redesign of the permanent exhibition.
In collaboration with teamstratenwerth Basel Tweaklab developed and arranged essential elements of the audio-visual media technology for the new Museum Judengasse of the Jewish Museum Frankfurt.
A dual projection vividly depicts the history of town planning of the quarter “Judengasse” in Frankfurt. The video projections are synchronised with the lighting onto the acrylic model of the Judengasse. Tweaklab programmed the softedge projections, the dramaturgy of light and the synchronisation of image, sound and light.
Just as the digital labels, which offer additional information on the exhibits were planned and programmed by Tweaklab.
Another media station combines audio documents with guided city walks on various subjects, such as “doings and dealings” for example. The tours are simulated on an old map of the Judengasse, a coloured dot wandering over the video projection simultaneously with the audio play.
At other audio stations the quarter comes alive musically, and at the various touchscreen stations the visitors can read historical books.
New permanent exhibition starting on 20.03.2016