The exhibition is part of a critical and socially committed science fiction that emerged on the fringes of the hippie protest movements and explores the flaws of our immediate future, using philosophical, psychological, political, societal and ecological themes.
Bringing together over 200 works from the late 1960s to the present day "A Gateway to Possible World. Art & science fiction." whisks visitors away to a 2300m² sci-fi world. It puts the spotlight on the bonds between imaginary worlds and our reality with the help of artists, authors, architects and film directors. It builds on current demands for 21st century utopias to spark debate, inspiration and a form of hope.