Tailored Solutions for Every Project. We’re a Collective of Professional Freelancers, Collaborating Based on Project Needs, to Deliver Optimal Outcomes. Each Project Team is Uniquely Crafted. We Work in Partnership with Our Clients, Striving for Excellence. We’re Ready to Collaborate, With You Too.
Immerse. Experience. Impress. Captivating Exhibition and Sound Design for Unforgettable Experiences!
At Goldmannart we want to work at eye level, whether with our freelancers or our clients. Together we create teams to meet the respective requirements of the unique projects. For each project, we put together individual teams from our network of freelancers. Of course, we at Goldmannart make sure that projects run smoothly and that everyone works hand in hand in the same direction.
GMA is currently working on designing the new Outletcity Museum for the Outletcity Metzingen.
– In progress –
Thanks to our broad positioning through cooperation in the collective, we can offer a wide range of competences. We are always open to new and interesting, small and large projects.
Exhibition designer and sound designer with heart – that’s who we are. Two freelance players in the realm of exhibitions and installations. We joined forces professionally in 2018 and have been collaboratively crafting experiences for our clients ever since. Yet, we constitute just a modest segment of GMA, an entity that continually shifts and adapts to match the demands of each project.
SIMPLESHOW, 17 K GMBH, UNIVERSITÄT STUTTGART, TIME FOR WEDDING, OUTLETCITY METZINGEN, UNIVERSITÄT STUTTGART, ATELIER BRÜCKNER GMBH, STORIES WITHIN ARCHITECTURE, NEO.STUDIO, TAMSCHICK MEDIA + SPACE GMBH
Michael Arnieri – Camera & Filmproduction, Julian Perez – Grafikdesigner & Mediadesigner, Franziska Götz – Content & Concept
As exhibition designers, sound designers, project managers, or conceptualizers, we have already enriched and co-created numerous exhibitions, being a part of an inspiring team.
The historic building of the former Natural History Museum is now the University of Göttingen’s „Forum Wissen“. The exhibition extends over two floors and 17 exhibition rooms and deals with the topic of „creating knowledge“ – and science itself. Visitors are immersed in processes and practices of scientific work via walk-through spatial images. Using an app, they access the collection, collect objects and explore them methodically so that they become researchers themselves. In addition to teaching scientific methods, the Forum Wissen thus simultaneously contributes to the creation of knowledge.
The Senckenberg Naturmuseum conveys the themes ’Marine Research and Deep Sea’ as immersive experiences. During a dive the museum visitors explore unbelievable depths of up to 8000 metres under the surface. The exhibits, research equipment, ship models and submarines are integrated into a dynamic light installation, which is coupled with a large projection. It illustrates the functions of the devices, which are indispensable for marine research. The visitors themselves become active in a walk-in submarine: With a joystick, they set off on an expedition. The diversity of the deep sea inhabitants and their habitats is staged in the room ’Deep Sea’. The exhibits, partly designed as Hands-On, are backlit. The room contours are vanishing, creating the impression of infinite vastness in dark depths.
Focus on the collection: The Swiss National Museum stages its holdings. More than 30 historical and historicist rooms receive a new look. The scenography stages the rooms as exhibits and thinks the exhibited objects with the room. Over 7000 exhibits provide an overview of Swiss art and crafts from the past millennium. Pointed and rhythmic: The diversity becomes an experience.