- Surround yourself in 360° of mindblowing panoramic art in the exhibition space of a former gasometer building
- Witness the limits of human hubris in the face of nature at the TITANIC exhibit, and get immersed in lonely scenes of ocean wreckage 3,800 meters below the surface
- Or visit Carola's Garden and see the world from the perspective of a pollen grain - bees become giants, petals seem to stretch forever, and the world becomes a microcosmos of alien shapes and weird creatures
This panorama takes you on a journey into the microcosmos. Looking out on a German garden from the perspective of a grain of pollen, visitors can observe a giant bee as it pollinates the flower, and discover the universe behind a flower calyx – the garden. A familiar world will unfold before your eyes in a completely new way, as if under a gigantic microscope. But unlike in a laboratory, it is the world around you that is depicted to be one hundred times its real size. Created with the help of nano photographer Stefan Diller and biologist Mirko Wölfling, Asisi’s giant artwork launches a series dedicated to the different ways we perceive the world, and how the scope of our perceptions about the universe is limited to our human field of view.
Submerge your senses in an ocean of vivid imagery at a unique art exhibition space. The Panometer Leipzig features incredible works from acclaimed artist Yadegar Asisi. Get up close to the sunken Titanic rusting at the bottom of the Atlantic, and see limits of human endeavor exposed in the face of nature. Or shrink down into the nanoworld and see a typical garden from the perspective of pollen grain - it's the bee's knees!
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- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes may be possible for this ticket
As each exhibition takes up the entire space of the Panometer Leipzig, you will see either the TITANIC exhibition or Carola's Garden. Check the exhibition section to see which one is currently on.