From October 2nd on our new exhibition “Paper Plane and Rubber Twist” is open at Heinz Nixdorf Museum Forum in Paderborn.
At 25 exhibits and on 800 square meters it is all about the computer, children from 9 years, families and adults are invited to experience computer science.
The special thing about the exhibition is that, despite the theme, it manages without complex technology: the scenography is made of re-board, recycled high-quality cardboard that is printed like a comic. It is therefore very sustainable in production, construction and logistics. Our design encourages play and action, the exhibition is colorful, approachable, humorous and encounters children in their everyday lives. Great exhibit ideas, conceived by the curators team at the HNF which we designed and produced, meet the kids at eye level: At the exhibit “rubber twist” it is important to stick to certain jump sequences, at the ice cream stand they have to order with “and”, “or” and “not”, and with the right technology paper planes can be started.
Up to 80 people can tinker, jump, jigsaw puzzles and understand how computers work at the same time.
More information here.