The museum offers a space for experiencing art made by artists experimenting with new media and means of expression. Media and art forms like installations, for instance, which involve the whole body and challenge our senses through space, sound, light and moving images like video and film. And art forms which the visitor himself is creating through contact with the art work.We put experience at the centre!
There are many possible answers. A visit to the museum is not a teaching session, rather a chance for dialogue and mutual inspiration, where we through discussion and practical exercises open up our own understanding. This implies often that children and students work first together in small groups, see the exhibition for themselves and only then we gather to make a joint analysis.
We experiment with more immediate communication tecniques and “straight to the point” methods, rather than long explanations about background and theory. It has to be amusing, interesting and thoughtful, encouraging to another visit here or to another similar place.
In between subjects and project assignments
It is possible to use our exhibitions for different subjects and in collaboration with other teachers, among them Art, Danish, History, Religion, Social Studies, Philosophy etc.
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