Design museum Den Bosch tentoonstelling Bodydrift


Design Museum Den Bosch

Bodydrift – Anatomies of the Future

— DidI'Ms world

"Hoe ziet de toekomst van het menselijk lichaam eruit? Ontwerpers en kunstenaars verkennen in deze tentoonstelling de morele en technologische grenzen van het lijf. De mens wordt verbeterd, beschermd, aantrekkelijker gemaakt. Dit moderniseringsproces is al eeuwen aan de gang, maar komt nu door technologische vooruitgang in een stroomversnelling. ‘Bodydrift – Anatomies of the Future’ gaat over de recente geschiedenis en de toekomst van ons lichaam. Het geeft een overzicht van waar we nu staan en presenteert een speculatieve verkenning van de nieuwe mens in een spectaculair tentoonstellingsontwerp van Bart Hess en Harm Rensink.

Met werk van o.a. Ted Noten, Ana Rejcevic, Walter Pichler, Lucy McRae, Bart Hess, Zach Blas, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Neri Oxman, Frederik Heyman en Sara Nuytemans ". Dit is de omschrijving zoals die te lezen is op de site van het Design Museum in Den Bosch.

Vorige week bracht ik een bezoek aan deze tentoonstelling. Mijn eerste coronamuseumbezoek en ik moet toegeven dat ik het niet vond tegenvallen. Ik was een beetje bang dat er allerlei rare maatregelen waren getroffen toen ik een kaartje reserveerde maar eerlijk is eerlijk, ik vond het goed te doen. Ja, er is een looproute maar gelukkig geen rare toestanden.

Het interactieve gedeelte is deels niet open maar dat vond ik niet heel erg storend. De speculatieve verkenning van de nieuwe mens vond ik mooi uitgebeeld. De uitleg op de bordjes verhelderend. Bij deze tentoonstelling heb je die uitleg ook wel nodig.  #tentoonstelling  #designmuseum  #DenBosch .

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Er was natuurlijk nog veel meer te zien maar deze ontwerpen inspireerden mij het meest vandaar dat ik ervoor gekozen heb om deze te laten zien. In de museumwinkel trouwens nog leuke cadeautjes kunnen kopen. Ben je in Den Bosch dan raad ik je zeker aan om even binnen te wippen.

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