Deutsches Museum

Celebrating 4.6 Billion years of human history.

The Anthropocene defines Earth's most recent geologic time period as being human-influenced.

The exhibit, housed at the Deutsches Museum, reveals the significance and interconnected nature of resources, mobility, nature, nutrition, and evolution.  

The exhibition illustrates opportunities and risks - from the destructive potential of humankind to its unique creative and spiritual possibilities. Out of this grows the opportunity, but also the responsibility, to shape the Anthropocene.

Corrugated cardboard frames the objects in a sub-straight that longs to be unearthed and explored through the journal-esque narratives covering the walls. Media screens throughout, welcome participants into the installation and encourage them to recognize their impact, influence, and ultimately become the architect of their own evolving landscape.