GIM cooperates with Center for Art and Media (ZKM)


GIM has expanded its partner network with a spectacular cooperation with the world-renowned Center for Art and Media (ZKM) in Karlsruhe. The first joint project is an acceptance study for an innovative ZKM exhibition concept.  

The ZKM was founded in 1989 and is one of the most internationally renowned cultural institutions in the world. It operates at the interface between art and science, focusing on the consequences of increasing digitalisation, globalisation and medialisation for human beings. The ZKM curates special exhibitions, organizes themed events on the above-mentioned topics and actively researches these topics.

The second phase of the "Open Codes" exhibition has been running at the ZKM since 1 September. The exhibition is about our life in a world that is no longer dominated solely by things, but above all by data. What is special about the exhibition is not least the concept: the ZKM has created a kind of public working space for "Open Codes II", in which the visitors are the focal point: free entry, free catering, free use, for example as Co-Working Space.

This week, GIM will launch a multi-phase acceptance study among the visitors of the exhibition. The aim of the accompanying research is to find out to what extent this completely new exhibition concept has been accepted by the visitors. The results of the study are expected by the first quarter of 2019.

If you have any questions about the new cooperation between GIM or the Open Codes Accompanying Research, please contact GIM Research Director Sebastian Klein (06221 83 28 203).  



For further information please contact:
Sebastian Klein