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in_finite. Living with Death

EXHIBITION, EVENTS, GUIDED TOURS AND WORKSHOPS 01.04.-26.11.2023

Staged as a drama in five acts, the exhibition in_finite. Living with Death looks at various aspects of dying and dealing with death, with its perspectives ranging from the individual and personal to the global. An exhibition, curated by Detlef Vögeli and designed by award winning theatre and exhibition designer Tom Piper and Alan Farlie.

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On view from April 1: in_finite. Living with Death, a new special exhibition in the Humboldt Forum
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Booklet Living with Death
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Prologue – Cosmos: In the End, We Are All Stardust
© xkopp / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
Act 2 I Scene 1 – Deathbeds: How Do You Feel about Dying and Death?
© Framegrabber / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
Act 2 I Scene 1 – Deathbeds: How Do You Feel about Dying and Death?
© Framegrabber / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
View into the special exhibition "in_finite", Act 2 I Scene 1 – Deathbeds: How Do You Feel about Dying and Death?
© Framegrabber / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
Act 2 I Scene 2 – Death Conference: What Counts during the Last Days, Hours, and Minutes before Death?
© Torero Film, Rouven Rech & Teresa Renn / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
Act 4 I Scene 1 – Corpse Care: What Happens to a Corpse?
© RFK Architects, Alan Farlie / Tom Piper / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
Act 4 I Scene 1 – Corpse Care: What Happens to a Corpse?
© RFK Architects, Alan Farlie / Tom Piper / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
View into the special exhibition "in_finite", Act 4 Scene 2 – Autopsy of the Conditions across the Globe: Are we all equal in the face of death?
© RFK Architects, Alan Farlie / Tom Piper / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
Act 5 I Scene 1 – Spiral of Extincton with a view to Act 5 I Scene 2 – Cosmos biosphere: Symphony of Becoming and Perishing
© RFK Architects, Alan Farlie / Tom Piper / Georg Lendorff / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
Act 5 I Scene 2 – Cosmos biosphere: Symphony of Becoming and Perishing
© Georg Lendorff / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel
La Catrina – Symbolic figure for the Day of the Dead in Mexico
© Ernesto Mendez
Market stalls as part of the Mexican Festival of the Dead of the association Calaca e.V.
© Calaca e.V.
"Parade of the Skeletons" as part of the Mexican Festival of the Dead of the association Calaca e.V.
© Ruben Nitsche
La Catrina – Symbolic figure for the Day of the Dead in Mexico
© Ruben Nitsche
La Catrina – Symbolic figure for the Day of the Dead in Mexico
© Ruben Nitsche
Mariachi Internacional El Dorado
© Basti Hahn
Children’s festival and workshops as part of the Mexican festival of the dead organised by the Calaca e.V. association.
© Ernesto Mendez
Children’s festival and workshops as part of the Mexican festival of the dead organised by the Calaca e.V. association.
© Ernesto Mendez
Festival of the Dead celebration in the Pantheon of the municipality of Ocotepec Mórelos
© Mario Vázquez
Traditional altar for the dead (Ofrenda) from Ocotepec Mórelos in a house in the region
© Mario Vázquez
Handmade Mexican silhouettes (Papel Picado) as festive decoration
© Mauricio Vivas
Decorated altar for the Mexican festival of the dead
© Ernesto Mendez
"Parade of the Skeletons" as part of the Mexican Festival of the Dead of the association Calaca e.V.
© Ruben Nitsche
Children’s festival and workshops as part of the Mexican festival of the dead organised by the Calaca e.V. association.
© Ruben Nitsche
"Parade of the Skeletons" as part of the Mexican Festival of the Dead of the association Calaca e.V.
© Ruben Nitsche
Mexican Feast of the Dead 2019
© Katharina Kepplinger