Julia Stoschek's art collection ranks among the biggest time-based media collections in the world. Founded in 2007, today the body of artworks counts almost 1000 pieces, and since 2016 it includes a satellite exhibition space in Berlin, in addition to the main location in Düsseldorf.
Situtated in Berlin Mitte, this new space was designed by Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge, who incorporated neon into the building's architecture in order to enhance the multimedial flow throughout the collection, which one might say has also come to include the bulding itself.
The effect of the neon shapes is not invasive and truly adds value both to the presentation of the collection and to the architecture of the building. We are glad to have been able to take part in this experimentation with neon, which showed great success!
Photography (c) Uwe Walter