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  • ScienceFictionArchives.com will be part of the Outer Space exhibit, in Bonn, in Germany
  • ScienceFictionArchives.com will be part of the Outer Space exhibit, in Bonn, in Germany
  • ScienceFictionArchives.com will be part of the Outer Space exhibit, in Bonn, in Germany

ScienceFictionArchives.com will be part of the Outer Space exhibition at the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn.

ScienceFictionArchives.com will be part of the Outer Space exhibit, in Bonn, in Germany

We are pleased to announce today, that ScienceFictionArchives.com will participate in the exhibition Outer Space: The Space Between Art and Science to be held in October at the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn. The latter is a mecca for temporary exhibitions and offers a varied program of cultural events of international fame. The art, cultural history, science and technology are its favorite themes.

Outer Space: The Space Between Art and Science exhibition will feature, for the first time, a mix of all these themes and will present cultural items, as wells as science and Sci-Fi movie one, from ScienceFictionArchives.com collections, around the great theme of Space.

Wide open realm of research and projections, outer space has always inspired a sense of yearning and curiosity. What is the origin of the universe? Where do we come from? Is there intelligent life on other planets? These questions spur philosophers and natural scientists, writers, filmmakers and artists, fantasists and visionaries in equal measure. There has always been an intense exchange between culture and science: scientific and technological findings have found their way into the work of artists, while conversely, visionary ideas and designs have inspired science.

Outer Space investigates the interface between culture and science in 12 associative chapters that range from space travel artefacts, scientific exhibits and science fiction to the varied ways artists have responded to the subject throughout history.? An exhibition of the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn, in cooperation with German Aerospace Center (DLR) ?and ScienceFictionArchives.com. The exhibition is under the patronage of the German Federal Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel.

For more information on The Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany and Outer Space: The Space Between Art and Science, visit http://www.bundeskunsthalle.de/

Date : October 3rd 2014 to February 1st 2015

Hours :?Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 AM to 9 PM, from Thrusday to Sunday from 10 AM to 7 PM; open at 9 AM on Friday for group and school. Closed on Monday.

Tickets:?10 €, reduce price 6,50 € ; free for school group on Friday