WORT:BILDER

 

Since 2013, DASMAXIMUM has been inviting people who have little contact with art to experience poetry and art in the museum as part of the WORT:BILDER project. Inspired by the Alzheimer's Project, which was developed at New York's MoMA in collaboration with Gary Glazner, who also trained the two stage poets Pauline Füg (graduate psychologist) and Henrikje Stanze (educator, Professor of Nursing Science, Bremen University of Applied Sciences), the approach has also been further developed specifically for DASMAXIMUM and its diverse visitor groups. Pauline Füg and Henrikje Stanze take selected works as a starting point to transform them into words together with the visitors. Traditional and modern poems are recited, spoken together and then the visitors write their own texts or poems in a group-dynamic process. The results can be heard and seen: at a joint tour and closing party with participants, relatives and interested parties.

2022-08-05 That was WORT:BILDER 2022 - A review

2022-08-05 That was WORT:BILDER 2022 - A review

After two years of corona-related break, the joy on all sides was now great that WORT:BILDER could take place again. So all sessions were quickly taken and some institutions like the Wilhelm Löhe Förderzentrum or the socio-therapeutic Selberdingerheim in Nussdorf had to be put off until next year. . .

2022-07-10 Invitation to WORT:BILDER 2022

2022-07-10 Invitation to WORT:BILDER 2022

From July 18 to 22, the successful stage poets, graduate psychologists and pedagogues Pauline Füg and Henrikje Stanze return to DASMAXIMUM with our joint lighthouse project Wort:Bilder. . .

06-09.05.2019: WORT:BILDER

06-09.05.2019: WORT:BILDER

Already for the 7th time DASMAXIMUM invited within the project WORT:BILDER people to the museum who have little contact with art in their everyday life. Inspired and authorized by Gary Glazner's Alzheimer's, the...

since 2013: WORT:BILDER

since 2013: WORT:BILDER

A special project for special visitorsWith around 150 participants, our project week WORT:BILDER in April is always fully booked. Partly due to the numerous registration requests and partly at the request of the participants themselves, the sessions will feature colourful...