EULENSPIEGEL

TU BERLIN | MASTER OF ARTS STAGE DESIGN | SCENOGRAPHY | 2013

Charlotte Tamschick supervised the project Re-staging the Till Eulenspiegel Museum in Schöppenstedt of 10 master graduates during the 2013 summer term. It has been almost 15 years since the permanent exhibition’s last transformation, which is now to be renewed and extended to a 500qm exhibition space. From the moment of entering the exhibition up until departure, it is planned to make this a scenographic and narrative adventure, where the visitor discovers and follows Eulenspiegel’s tracks, although he always seems to slip away. The fact that Eulenspiegel is a well known yet untangible character, served as the building block for the exhibition’s main theme.

The approach is not a didactic one but far more strives to offer an experience for the senses while searching for the idioscyncrasies behind the famous and peculiar character.

It is planned to implement this project, which was developed by various students for their Master Thesis very soon. Charlotte Tamschick will be lending her support as Creative Coach during the implementation phase.

 

TU Berlin, master class
stage design / scenography

Senior Lecturer: Charlotte Tamschick

Students:
Manuela Chiogna, Christina Godelmann, Helen Hart, Christiane Lünskens, Julie Lara Morlot, Katharina Pensin, Annabelle Schuster, Eva Seifert, Tim Stolte, Greta Trütken

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Charlotte Tamschick supervised the project Re-staging the Till Eulenspiegel Museum in Schöppenstedt of 10 master graduates during the 2013 summer term. It has been almost 15 years since the permanent exhibition’s last transformation, which is now to be renewed and extended to a 500qm exhibition space. From the moment of entering the exhibition up until departure, it is planned to make this a scenographic and narrative adventure, where the visitor discovers and follows Eulenspiegel’s tracks, although he always seems to slip away. The fact that Eulenspiegel is a well known yet untangible character, served as the building block for the exhibition’s main theme.

The approach is not a didactic one but far more strives to offer an experience for the senses while searching for the idioscyncrasies behind the famous and peculiar character.

It is planned to implement this project, which was developed by various students for their Master Thesis very soon. Charlotte Tamschick will be lending her support as Creative Coach during the implementation phase.

 

TU Berlin, master class
stage design / scenography

Senior Lecturer: Charlotte Tamschick

Students:
Manuela Chiogna, Christina Godelmann, Helen Hart, Christiane Lünskens, Julie Lara Morlot, Katharina Pensin, Annabelle Schuster, Eva Seifert, Tim Stolte, Greta Trütken

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