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Permanent exhibition

Cy Twombly at Museum Brandhorst

Museum Brandhorst
Theresienstraße 35A 80333 München

Body Dreams – Connecting technology, everyday life and being human

  • LanguageGerman
  • Time of day1:00 PM until 5:00 PM
  • Duration240 minutes
  • Participantsmax. 40 people
  • RegistrationWorkshop included in the price of admission | Limited number of places | Places will be allocated on site (Factory Room beside the cloakroom) | We recommend arriving on time and booking an online ticket | Free ticket available for children and teenagers under 18 years old | Please observe the current protection and hygiene measures.


Our bodies have evolved constantly over thousands of years. New technologies lead to new circumstances and conditions to which our bodies adapt. But beyond that, bodies can now be actively changed. Together we will speculate on how a symbiosis of technology and humans will shape our future bodies, and translate these ideas sculpturally into viewable designs. How do our hands change when they operate smartphone and touchscreens every day? How does our brain change when all the knowledge in the world is just a few clicks away?


The workshop will be run by the artist Tabitha Nagy on June 26 and July 17, and on November 20 by art educator Urte Ehlers. The number of participants is limited. If you wish to reserve a place, please register at buchung@pinakothek.de. Possible workshop languages: German, English.

Art education program accompanying the special exhibition „Future Bodies from a Recent Past"

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