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Exhibition at Alpinarium Galtür / Holzer Kobler

  • 08:00 - 25 February, 2014
Exhibition at Alpinarium Galtür / Holzer Kobler
Exhibition at Alpinarium Galtür / Holzer Kobler, Courtesy of Günter Richard Wett
Courtesy of Günter Richard Wett

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  • Artistic supervision, Architecture, Graphics and content

    Holzer Kobler Archiktekturen
  • Idea and Concept

    Sarah Berndt, Angelika Fitz, Tristan Kobler, Anton Mattle
  • Kurator

    Petra Streng
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From the architect. Where is the end, the beginning or the middle of the world? This is basically a question of perspective. Does the valley end in Galtür or does it actually begin exactly there? The new permanent exhibition "At the top" at the Alpinarium Galtür is focusing on the position of Galtür in relation to the rest of the world.

Courtesy of Günter Richard Wett
Courtesy of Günter Richard Wett

The exciting exhibition, curated and created by Holzer Kobler Architekturen, highlights different interpretations based on cultural, historical, philosophical and artistic perspectives within 5 individually designed spheres. 

Courtesy of Günter Richard Wett
Courtesy of Günter Richard Wett

Examining different meanings of terms such as "beginning and end", "at the top and at the bottom", "people and mountains" the relations between Galtür and the rest of the world are illustrated. Many different perspectives – historical, spacial, internal, external, scientific and artistic - as well as new and old tracks are being uncovered. 

Courtesy of Günter Richard Wett
Courtesy of Günter Richard Wett

This new openness can also be experienced before even entering the exhibition: intriguing tracks and circular cut outs on the facade invite people to actively exchange between the interior and the exterior. 


Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Exhibition at Alpinarium Galtür / Holzer Kobler" 25 Feb 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/479657/exhibition-at-alpinarium-galtur-holzer-kobler/>
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