In order to make the current exhibition Alles im Wunderland tangible during the temporary closure, the entrance area of the Nassauischer Kunstverein was short-handedly converted into a walk-by cinema in which five video works from the exhibition can be seen and even heard through the window around the clock.
Shortly after the successful start of Alles im Wunderland, the Nassauischer Kunstverein had to close its doors due to Corona. From now on, visitors and walkers can experience five video works from the exhibition through these very doors: Betweenness (2018) by Oliver Laric, 100% OTHER FIBRES (2016) by Heather Phillipson, Human Nature (2020) by Sverre Fredriksen and Zaou Vaughan, The Cameraman's Revenge (1912) by Władysław Starewicz and Divine Memory (2019) by Monira Al Qadiri.
The films run in a loop and can be viewed around the clock - perfect for a stroll down the Wilhelmstrasse, whether before or after the festivities. There is also a special Christmas mail: The sound for the video works comes from the letter slot of the Nassauischer Kunstverein.