Ferdinand Hodler. Maler der Frühen Moderne
Inspired by Hodler’s paintings of foggy mountain landscapes,
four walls are placed in perspective in the Great Hall. Each subsequent wall is larger and has a lighter color than the previous one. The earlier (more classic) paintings are placed on the darker walls while the later (more abstract) works are on the lighter toned walls. Boulder-shaped holes in the walls provide transparancy and see-throughs for the visitor.
graphic design: Mariëlle Tolenaar