Eingang © Museum Sinclair-Haus, Foto: Michael Habes

Enlarge image: Eingangstresen im Sinclair-Haus mit dem Schriftzug "Was ist Natur?" im Vordergrund oben links


13 Septembre 2020 - 22 August 2021
Museum Sinclair-Haus Bad Homburg

Ecological crises caused by climate change and the rapidly increasing extinction of plant and animal species clearly show that humankind is part of ecosystems which it influences significantly, but upon which it also depends. How do we conceive our role, which connections do we not yet understand, and which are we ignoring?

Featuring works of art and objects from the natural sciences and cultural history, the exhibition invites visitors to start doubting and question their assumptions about nature. It explores the connections between plants, animals, culture, technology, humankind and microbes – and tries to open a new perspective on the world around us. What this world looks like in the future depends strongly on how humankind decides to exert and limit its own influence. What kind of nature do we want? And what can we do to make sure it exists?

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Museum Sinclair-Haus Bad Homburg
Löwengasse 15
Eingang Dorotheenstraße
61348 Bad Homburg

+49 (0)6172 5950 500

Bus: 1-5, 7, 11, 12 (Kurhaus)
TUE – FRI 2 pm – 7 pm
SAT – SUN 1 pm – 6 pm

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