Opening Days/Times: Wednesday 2–5 pm, Thursday 2–5 pm, & Sunday (& Public Holidays) 10 am–5 pm
Christine Lüdeke und Deniz Ova erkunden die Gemeinde Bad Databrunn für den Audioguide zur Ausstellung:
1.A. Untitled 11 (Shimmer series), Daniel Schubert | 1.B. Untitled, Katharina Grosse | 2. Loan from National Cultural Institution (to be determined) | 3. Puttenengelsäule, Sandra Fischer | 4. Mush, Alfred Müller | 5. Lauf – Proposal for public artwork, Charlotte Rohde | 6. 2 Crystal Sticks, Studio Brynjar & Veronika, | 7.A. Paperweight with view of Louisenplatz | 7.B. Flößerbild, Carl Löffler | 8. Model of Maulbronn Monastary | 9.A. Cosmetic Kettle, La Biosthétique | 9.B. Dental Braces & Mold, Forestadent | 10. Brosche Simili 3, Norman Weber | 11. Meteora Lamp, Massimiliano Adami | 12. Yearly Planner, Kulturamt Pforzheim | 13. Regional Building Project and Urban Development | 14. B(OTHERING) substrate of coexistence, Anthea Oestreicher | 15. Boîte, Jesús Rafael Soto
Transferium 2022, an exhibition platform that is the start of a journey towards Ornamenta, a cultural programme taking place in the Northern Black Forest region in the late summer of 2024.
Stadtmuseum Pforzheim hosts five installations spread throughout its church and museum spaces. Each consists of a growing assembly of loans from Akzo Nobel Art Foundation, ZKM Karlsruhe and other national cultural institutions and museums, Stadt Pforzheim and Stadtmuseum Pforzheim, works by contemporary artists from the Nordschwarzwald region as well as contributions by the Ornamenta Try Out Event network, souvenirs from the Ornamenta Hubs, products by local industry and economy, loans from Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim and Volker Albus Design Collection, objects from contemporary daily life in the region, current and future architecture, and local city development projects as well as graduation works by alumni of Hochschule Pforzheim.