"Be amazed, Participate and Discover" is the motto of the American adventure exhibition, which was designed especially for children and families. The concept was already successful in Munich and attracted over 180,000 visitors to the Olympic Park.
For Dresden and Kassel Studio TK developed a new dramaturgy and many interactive hands-on game stations, which lead playfully through the continents: We start in Pangea, where the first highlight awaits us, a real fossil to touch. With the grip through time the visitor experiences a piece of earth history. On the extensive research area, the little visitors then become paleontologists themselves and penetrate with microscopes into the smallest detail of the great colossi. They get to know difference between a T-Rex, Megalodon and Mammoth Tooth and learn why the eggs of herbivorous dinosaurs and ostriches are of different size, yet have similarities. Those who are too afraid of the North American dinosaurs, can take the "path of tree trunks" for safety. When this endeavor is accomplished, the grand finale awaits: the ancient giants T-Rex and Triceratops. Finally it's time to take a deep breath, enjoy the play and fun area with interactive drawing tables and feel invited you to linger. At the magnetic puzzle, everyone is allowed to prove their knowledge once more.
Locations: Munich, Dresden, Kassel (Touring Exhibition)
Team Studio TK: Carsten Cielobatzki, Annette Dooman, Jean-Paul Laue, Daniel Urria, Malte Schurau, Verena Maul, Tobias Kunz
In cooperation with/ based on concept: Imagine Exhibitions, Inc., USA
In cooperation with (interactive exhibits) : Rotes Pferd, Berlin
Client: SC Exhibitions, a division of Semmel Concerts Entertainment GmbH
Photo credits: Carsten Cielobatzki, Felix Nolze