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ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe
Middle part with cube and east entrance - here with fog sculpture "CLOUD WALK @ZKM" by the artist Fujiko Nakaya
place Karlsruhe
opening October 18, 1997
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The ZKM | Center for Art and Media (until March 2016 Center for Art and Media Technology ) is a cultural institution that was founded in 1989 and has been located in a listed industrial building of a former ammunition factory in Karlsruhe since 1997 . It organizes special exhibitions and thematic events, researches and produces on the effects of medialization , digitization and globalization, and offers public and individual education programs

The ZKM unites exhibition areas, the Hertz Laboratory research platform as well as the media center and library under one roof and in this way bundles research and production, exhibitions and events, archive and collection. It acts at the interface of art and science and picks up on new findings in the field of new technologies in order to further develop them. Since the death of founding director Heinrich Klotz in 1999, the ZKM has been run by Peter Weibel , later together with Christiane Riedel . In addition to the ZKM, the Karlsruhe University of Design, which is associated with it, and the Karlsruhe Municipal Gallery are housed in the former ammunition factory building.

Guiding principle

“The ZKM has the task of exploring the creative possibilities of a connection between traditional arts and media technology in order to obtain predictive results. The aim is to enrich the arts, not their technical amputation. That is why traditional arts and media arts must be measured against each other. Both sides - for themselves and with each other - have a place of funding in the ZKM. The Bauhaus founded in Weimar in 1919 can serve as a model . "

The guiding principle formulated by founding director Heinrich Klotz in 1992 was implemented and further developed in the following years. Today four guiding principles characterize the activities of the ZKM.

  • The ZKM is a place for all forms of contemporary art. It is a platform for cross-border experiments between the visual and performative arts. Research, production and presentation encompass all media forms and processes - from oil painting to apps , from classic composition to sampling . Exhibitions, publications and symposia open up new perspectives on current issues and aim to set innovative, trend-setting topics.
  • People from all over the world and of all ages are invited to discover the arts at the ZKM. It is an open house that encourages its visitors to actively participate, exchange ideas and discuss. Actors from all areas of social life - from the arts, sciences, politics, business - are brought together in order to exchange ideas about key issues of the present and future.
  • As a center for research and development in theory and practice, the ZKM brings together artists and scientists from various disciplines. Unusual methods create innovative artistic works, new knowledge and forward-looking ideas.
  • By collecting and preserving works of art and historical equipment as well as by building up a comprehensive archive on the arts of the 20th and 21st centuries, the ZKM fulfills its role as the guardian of the cultural heritage. The preservation of “ digital art ” is of particular importance .


Founding history: The topping-out ceremony of the ZKM (1995)

The Center for Art and Media Technology was founded in the early 1980s. Against the background of a growing media and a changing art landscape, representatives of local politics, the university , the University of Music , the Karlsruhe nuclear research center and other institutions as well as representatives of the Karlsruhe art scene came together to form the "ZKM project group". In February 1988 the “Project Group ZKM” presented its content-related work with “Concept 88”, in which the initiative for the merging of the arts and the new media was described in theory and practice.

With the establishment of a board of trustees in 1989 and the appointment of Heinrich Klotz as founding director, the implementation of the ZKM became concrete. The foundation of the ZKM was marked by three dates: the resolution of the Karlsruhe municipal council of May 9, 1989, the decision of the Baden-Württemberg Council of Ministers of June 3, 1989 and the entry into force of the statutes on August 12, 1989. The ZKM resided when it was founded initially in different buildings in the city. Until moving into today's domicile, the media art festival MultiMediale (MultiMediale 1–5, 1989–1997) took place every two years at different locations.

For a long time, the final location was planned to be a site south of Karlsruhe Central Station . For a new building there, an international architectural competition was announced in March 1989, from which the visionary design by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas emerged . However, the construction of the so-called Koolhaas cube was abandoned in 1992 for reasons of cost and space in favor of converting the old factory building. Karlsruhe decided to convert the so-called “Hallenbau A”, an industrial ruin that was built between 1914 and 1918 by the architect Philipp Jakob Manz as a weapons and ammunition factory. The building, which is divided into ten atriums and is 312 meters long, was located on the former premises of the industrial works Karlsruhe Augsburg (IWKA) , which has been separating the city center from the adjacent urban areas as an industrial wasteland in the southwest since the 1970s. The renovation and the addition of a blue media cube based on the Koolhaas design took place from 1993 according to plans by the Hamburg office of Schweger . When it moved into "Hallenbau A" in 1997, the ZKM had studios and institutes for research and production (Institute for Visual Media, Institute for Music and Acoustics) as well as a media theater, concert and event rooms, a media library and a media museum. In a second construction phase, the premises for the Museum of New Art (1999) and the State University of Design Karlsruhe (moved in 2001) associated with the ZKM were completed. In 2004–2005 the formerly rather autonomous Museum of New Art was reintegrated into the ZKM. In March 2016, the Center for Art and Media was renamed the Center for Art and Media.

ZKM | Media museum

The focus of the media museum, which was housed in atriums 8 and 9 of the former ammunition factory, was the history and criticism of the new media and how they had shaped our lives up to then. Computers, telephones and the Internet were identified as significant interventions in social and individual life, as technical components became increasingly important. With media works of art and interactive installations, artists and scientists have always questioned media technology developments and visions. The media museum put the interaction between man and work in the foreground: Works of art are only created through the actions and reactions of the visitors - the person himself becomes part of the installation and can thus explore the use of new technologies. Temporary exhibitions such as »net_condition. Art / Politics in the Online Universe "(September 1999 to February 2000)," Iconoclash. Beyond the image wars in science, religion and art ”(May to September 2002) or“ bit international ”(February 2008 to January 2009) attracted national and international attention.

ZKM | Museum of New Art

The Museum of New Art has been located in Atria 1 and 2 of the former ammunition factory since December 1999. On 7,000 m² of exhibition space it showed works from the private collections FER, Grässlin, Siegfried Weishaupt, the Landesbank Baden-Württemberg, the VAF Foundation / MART and the Boros collection (Wuppertal) together with exhibits from the holdings of the ZKM collection and other cooperating collections . In changing exhibitions, mainly works from the second half of the 20th century up to current positions in contemporary art were presented. Since 1999 u. a. monographic exhibitions on Bruce Nauman , Bill Viola , Sigmar Polke , Franz West , Sylvie Fleury , Martin Kippenberger and Tobias Rehberger take place. Thematic special exhibitions were u. a. “Making Things Public. Atmospheres of Democracy "(March to October 2005)," Light Art from Artificial Light "(November 2005 to August 2006)," Medium Religion "(November 2008 to April 2009)," Familiar Terrain. Art in & about Germany "(May to September 2008) or" The Global Contemporary. Art Worlds after 1989 «(September 2011 to February 2012). Smaller exhibitions were also held in the museum's project rooms.

ZKM | Institute for Visual Media

The Institute for Visual Media, founded in 1991, dealt creatively and critically with the constantly changing media culture. In addition to artistic in-house developments, cooperation with international guest artists (William Forsythe, Bill Viola et al.) And cooperation with cultural and research institutions were further components of the institute's work. The resulting work results were presented at exhibitions and conferences. The institute's production spectrum ranged from digital video and 3D animation to interactive installations and environments, from software systems for real-time generation of natural and architectural environments, to audio-visual applications for performance contexts. One focus of the institute's research work until 2011 was the area of ​​immersive projection environments (e.g. PanoramaScreen), within the framework of which hardware and software solutions for artistic projects were developed. Until 2014 one focus was u. a. on the development of augmented reality productions.

ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics

The Institute for Music and Acoustics researched and developed in the field of electroacoustic and experimental music as well as in the areas of digital sound synthesis and algorithmic composition. It also supported guest artists and scholars in their productions, organized contemporary concerts and initiated symposia and festivals. To this day, the European meeting of electronic studios, the next_generation , and the six-monthly concert days Quantensprünge take place. In addition, there is the organization and awarding of the world's most valuable prize for electronic music, the Giga-Hertz Prize , and from 2009 to 2011 the ZKM Walter Fink Prize for dance, electronic music and media (2012 Giga-Hertz Prize for dance and media ). Inside the »blue cube«, a landmark of the ZKM, there is a recording studio that is still used for artistic productions.


The ZKM | Karlsruhe has over 15,000 square meters of exhibition space, research laboratories, a media library as well as event and communication rooms. Exhibitions

  • Atria 1 & 2
  • Atriums 8 & 9
  • PanoLab
  • Subspace

Research and production

  • Hertz laboratory
  • Antiquated Video Systems Laboratory

Function rooms

  • Media theater
  • Lecture hall

Communication rooms

  • BÄMlab

The exhibition areas and the library with the media lounge are open to the public. In the foyer of the ZKM, visitors can also use the information counter, the museum shop and the »mint« café / bistro.


The basic financing of the ZKM is provided equally by the city of Karlsruhe and the state of Baden-Württemberg.

Exhibitions and events

Exhibition view of the exhibition Open Codes. The world as a data field (2017-2019)
The 19th goulash programming night

In exhibitions and events, the ZKM shows positions and topics of contemporary art, but also presents almost forgotten artists and movements as well as works of various media and genres - from installations of artificial intelligence to oil paintings .

On January 6th of each year, the ZKM museums and the Städtische Galerie organize an open day with free admission.


Since 1989 the ZKM has been setting global standards in the development of artistically and scientifically outstanding - interactive, participatory and performative - exhibitions and related publications with international appeal. Since 1997, current developments in art and society in all media forms and processes have been presented in changing thematic and monographic exhibitions on around 15,000 m 2 of exhibition space at the ZKM.

In association with research, laboratories and departments of the ZKM as well as partner institutions and research facilities worldwide, the curatorial department develops the diverse exhibition program of the ZKM in close cooperation with the artistic-scientific board and an international network of guest artists, scholars and curators.

Numerous international cooperation projects, with which the exhibitions specially curated at the ZKM are regularly made accessible to an international, global audience, occupy a large place in the activities of the ZKM. 2018 z. B. was the ZKM u. a. represented with 20 exhibitions worldwide, including in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, the Philippines, India, South Korea and China.

  • 2020/021: Critical Zones - Horizons of a New Earth Policy (Until February 28)


In addition to exhibitions, there are events as a platform for exchange with visitors and actors from various areas of society such as B. politics, economics or philosophy instead. The form and content of the events vary: from opera with a multimedia stage to scientific symposia and popular concerts to performances, dance or film screenings. The ZKM acts both as an organizer and cooperation partner, but also as a contact for rentals. The events take place in different rooms, including the lecture hall, the media theater, the foyer and the cube of the ZKM.

During the ARD Radio Play Days , which have been held annually at the ZKM since 2006 , the ARD German Radio Play Prize , the ARD Online Award , the Newcomer Prize Premiere in the Net , the German Children's Radio Play Prize and the Children's Radio Play Prize of the City of Karlsruhe are presented.

The Goulash Programming Night has been taking place at the ZKM and the HfG since 2014 . The four-day conference of the German and international hacker scene is organized by the CCC Karlsruhe. The ZKM is involved in the goulash programming night with its own lectures and special tours.

In 2011–2017, the ZKM together with Cyberforum eV, CAS Software AG and other partners presented the AppArtAward annually. The prize is awarded to apps that stand out as artistic applications and combine creative aspects with the use of technological possibilities. The prize was awarded in different categories, each of which was endowed with € 10,000. Categories were u. a. the Artistic Innovation Award, the Special Crowd Art Award or the Art and Science Special Award.

Research and production

The research institutes of the ZKM enable the development of transdisciplinary projects. The research work is partly performed independently at the ZKM, but mostly generated within the framework of cooperation with other educational and research institutions. Its aim is to analyze and test the latest technologies with regard to their applicability and relevance for art and an increasingly globally networked and online communicating knowledge society.

Hertz laboratory

The Hertz Laboratory, newly established in 2017, unites the Institute for Visual Media and the Institute for Music and Acoustics in order to expand the previous fields of action in close transcultural exchange with international institutes and research centers and to expand the artistic and media expression and design possibilities in the age of rapid to research accelerated technological progress and digitization. It operates as a transdisciplinary research and development platform at the interface between media arts, science and society.

The main activities of the Hertz Laboratory are both artistic production and media technology research. In the laboratory, contemporary artistic-scientific concepts - for example, artificial intelligence, augmented reality in AR and VR applications, immersivity or sensor-supported environments as well as exploration of artistic options in the electromagnetic field - are reflected on across all media and genres, checked for artistic applicability and applied realized in productions.

The title of the Hertz Laboratory is dedicated to the scientist Heinrich Hertz, who demonstrated the existence of electromagnetic waves in his famous spark experiments at the University of Karlsruhe in 1886. He is regarded as the founder of radio technology, the wireless transmission of information - and is therefore a model for the innovation center within the ZKM, the Hertz Laboratory.

Archives and collections

A modern Noah's Ark for media art: The laboratory for antiquated video systems

The ZKM collection was founded in the early 1990s by the first ZKM director Heinrich Klotz and has been expanded since then. The collection is based on a specific approach to different art genres and media: while painting and sculpture used to be hermetically sealed against the new influences of the gradually established video art and photography, the ZKM's collection activities are characterized by overcoming genre boundaries. While the collection of the Museum für Neue Kunst contained works of art of all genres from the beginning, the collection of the Media Museum initially only included interactive media art works, which were mostly created in-house. More than 500 international guest artists produced a large number of works at the ZKM, which were added to the ZKM collection following their presentation in Karlsruhe. The ZKM therefore has one of the largest media art collections that goes back to the beginnings of video art, electronic installation and holography. This also includes the collection of around 1,200 art videos and 13,800 audio carriers that are not kept in the museum, but in the ZKM | Media library are accessible.

The video collection was set up as one of the first of its kind in Germany and helped to raise awareness of video as an independent art form. The collection includes works of video art from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. a. the video magazine »Infermental«. Thanks to the laboratory for antiquated video systems connected to the media library, extensive video collections from Europe and the USA have been saved from disintegration and made accessible to the public in recent years.

The audio collection includes contemporary music tracks, with an emphasis on electro-acoustic music. In addition to sound recordings, the collection also includes scores, specialist books, historical photographs and posters. The International Digital Electroacoustic Music Archive (IDEAMA), which includes electroacoustic pieces of music from the beginnings to the present, is of particular importance .

In addition to works of video art and electronic music, the ZKM acquires archives and documents on electronic arts, i. H. on video art, electroacoustic music, computer art and intermedia forms. They enable researchers to gain an insight into and understanding of artistic developments over the past 50 years.

The joint library of the ZKM and the State University of Design (HfG) comprises around 60,000 books, magazines and digital storage media. Its holdings focus thematically on the art of the 20th and 21st centuries as well as on media art, architecture, design, media theory, film, photography and electroacoustic music. All of the library's holdings can be researched on the Internet.


In cooperation with publishers, the ZKM publishes exhibition catalogs and specialist books on monographic and thematic exhibitions. Publications of the ZKM (selection):

  • Beuys Brock Vostell. Action demonstration participation 1949-1983 . (Ed.): Peter Weibel, ZKM - Center for Art and Media Technology, Hatje Cantz, Karlsruhe, 2014, ISBN 978-3-7757-3864-4 .
  • Hans Belting, Jacob Birken, Andrea Buddensieg, Peter Weibel (Eds.): Global Studies: Mapping Contemporary Art and Culture. ZKM | Karlsruhe; Hantje Cantz, Ostfildern 2011.
  • Peter Weibel (Ed.): Car Culture. Mobility media. ZKM | Karlsruhe; ZKM, Karlsruhe 2011. Exhibition at the ZKM: June 18, 2011–29. January 2012
  • Christoph Blase, Peter Weibel (Ed.): Record again! Part 2. Hantje Cantz, Ostfildern 2010. Exhibition a. a. at the ZKM: July 17th – June 6th September 2009
  • Gregor Jansen, Thomas Thiel (Ed.): Familiar Terrain: Current Art in & About Germany (Contemporary art in & about Germany). ZKM | Karlsruhe; Kehrer, Heidelberg 2009. Exhibition at the ZKM: May 22–12. October 2008
  • Harald Falckenberg, Peter Weibel (Ed.): Paul Thek. The Artist's Artist. MIT Press, Cambridge (Mass.) 2009. Exhibition a. a. at the ZKM: December 15, 2007–30. March 2008
  • Peter Weibel, Andrea Buddensieg (Eds.): Contemporary Art and the Museum: A Global Perspective. ZKM | Karlsruhe; Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern 2007
  • Peter Weibel, Gregor Jansen (eds.): Light art from artificial light. Light as Medium in 20th and 21st Century Art. ZKM Karlsruhe; Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern 2007 Exhibition “Light Art from Artificial Light” at the ZKM: November 19, 2005–6. August 2006
  • Bruno Latour, Peter Weibel (ed.): Making Things Public. Atmospheres of Democracy. ZKM | Karlsruhe; MIT Press, Cambridge (Mass.) 2005. Exhibition at the ZKM: March 20–3. October 2005
  • Jeffrey Shaw, Peter Weibel (Eds.): Future Cinema. The Cinematic Imaginary After Film. ZKM | Karlsruhe; MIT Press, Cambridge (Mass.) 2003. Exhibition at the ZKM: November 16, 2002–30. March 2003

Publications about the ZKM (selection):


Web links

Commons : ZKM Karlsruhe  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

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