The Jewish Museum Berlin’s permanent exhibition "Two Millennia of German Jewish History" is supervised and further developed in matters of science, organization, and restoration by
Christiane Bauer, Barbara Decker, Gelia Eisert, Monika Flores Martinez, Maren Krüger, Cilly Kugelmann, Stephan Lohrengel and Katrin Strube
Exhibition technology: Support and further development
Design and media
The permanent exhibition was designed by Würth & Winderoll, Seefeld.
The multimedia presentation "A Thousand Years Ago" in the "World of Ashkenaz" exhibition segment was developed in cooperation with the Department for CAD in Architecture at the Technical University Darmstadt and Musion. In 2010, Architectura Virtualis and the Information and Communication Technology Department of the TU Darmstadt revised the 3D modelling and film. Whitevoid, Berlin undertook the programming and installation of the media technology.
The digital Talmud in the "World of Ashkenaz" exhibition segment was created in cooperation with School of Arts in Berlin, and ART + COM.
The design of "Matters of Faith," a segment of the permanent exhibition, was undertaken by gewerk, Berlin. The films in this exhibition segment were developed and produced by buchstabenschubser, Potsdam.
The "Court Jews" segment of the permanent exhibition was designed by Duncan McCauley, Berlin.
The exhibition segment "Both Germans and Jews" was created by Bertron Schwarz Frey, Berlin. The multimedia picture book in this segment of the exhibition was the outcome of a cooperation with the Berlin University of the Arts, and Whitevoid, Berlin. The listening table and the interactive photo album were developed in cooperation with Whitevoid, Berlin.
The display cases that feature Leo Arons, Magnus Hirschfeld, Fritz Haber and Albert Einstein in the exhibition section "Berlin, Berlin" were designed by eckedesign, Berlin.
The Children’s Island was designed by gewerk, Berlin.
The design of the exhibition segment "Simple as That" was carried out by s t e c h e r zeichen und räume, Götzis/Austria.
The process of evaluating and altering our permanent exhibition is ongoing.