Dialog mit der Zeit
© Lindlahr
Dialog mit der Zeit
© Lindlahr
Dialog mit der Zeit
© Lindlahr
Dialog mit der Zeit
© Lindlahr
Dialog mit der Zeit
© Lindlahr

Dialogue with time

Bringing aging to life

The latest exhibition in the Dialoghaus focuses on the theme of ageing. Senior guides answer visitors' questions and show what old age has to offer. Age-specific restrictions can be experienced by the visitors.

The latest exhibition in the Dialoghaus focuses on the theme of ageing. Senior guides answer visitors' questions and show what old age has to offer. Age-specific restrictions can be experienced by the visitors. 

In the process, age-specific restrictions can be experienced by visitors. The aim of the exhibition is to encourage dialogue and exchange of ideas. Answers to questions such as "What is my idea of ageing?" and "What does ageing mean for me and society?" will be sought and found together. 

The local experts are all seniors, aged 70 and over. Based on their experience, the senior guides know best what life has to offer even in old age and what perspectives still exist. 

The exhibition is divided into seven stations. These are structured very differently - films are shown, for example, to illustrate the aging process. In dialogue, the guides present their biographies, and at the interactive stations one can physically and psychologically experience what aging does to the body. Finally, the question of what the future of aging might look like is raised.

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The Dialoghaus represents a world without prejudice. The intention is for visitors to experience intense feelings that evoke new sensations, thought patterns or ways of acting. It encourages a positive social attitude, empathy and unprejudiced relationships with others. To this end, over 60 percent of the company’s employees are deaf or visually impaired and it helps to ensure that visually impaired, blind or deaf people can find work around the world.

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