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Digitalization and its consequences for society and the individual can be imagined as a large country: a country that is already familiar in parts - but in which there is also still an infinite amount to discover! The exhibition #neuland goes on a discovery tour: It shows actions and places of the digital in everyday life and asks how a digital society wants to be shaped.

Blick in den Themenbereich „Kommunikation“
Blick in den Themenbereich „Kommunikation“ © Museumsstiftung Post und Telekommunikation, Foto: Daniel Karmann

So how do people want to communicate with each other? Who are the people behind the profiles that appear on social networks? What is an optimal life? Where can new sources of knowledge and information be found? How does digitization affect relationships and friendships?

In the area of tension between the freedom to create and the disappearance of what was previously familiar, digital life is associated with challenges for people as individuals and as a society.

The exhibition is divided into five thematic areas: "Relationships", "Measurement, Evaluation & Optimization", "Profile & Identity", "Communication" and "Knowledge & Orientation". Each area focuses on a question that addresses the topic and stimulates reflection. Short interviews with experts deepen the respective questions, while important terms are explained analogously. Interactive elements invite the audience to participate and reflect.


#neuland is a cooperation of the Museum Foundation Post and Telecommunications and the Nemetschek Foundation.




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Opening hours
Tuesday 9 am - 8 pm
Wednesday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Saturday, Sunday and holidays 10 am - 6 pm

Free admission for children up to and including 17 years
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