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The Bloody Affair at Luetzen

Exhibition – Luetzen Castle

The presentation of Wallenstein, whose life and death were marked by violence, is juxtaposed to that of battlefield archaeology. While the exhibition’s main colours red and white symbolise power, strength, ambition and blood, the exhibition area on battlefield archaeology expresses the scientific approach in the studies and excavations through sober shades of grey. Visitors experience the interplay of the exhibition site and the content presentation as a walk-through narration.
Project information

Client: City of Luetzen
Opening: March 2012, duration 4 months
Services Rendered: Exhibition design
Area: ca. 300 m2
Project periodApril 2011 to March 2012


Exhibition Design: Tom Duncan, Noel McCauley
Design Assistant: Verena Kluge
Graphic Design: Tina Raccah, Sissi Coppe