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Narcissism – Science café visits the Thunerhof

Gertrud Schwyzer, ohne Titel, Ärmel und schwarze Handschuhe, undatiert
Sammlung Herisau, KB-018299/S1

Ida Applebroog, White Birds, 2018 (Detail), Photo: Dominique Uldry

Exhibition view, Extraordinary! Unknown Works from Swiss Psychiatric Institutions around 1900, Kunstmuseum Thun, 2019, Photo: Carolina Piasecki

Ida Applebroog, Specimens, 2018 (Detail), Photo: Dominique Uldry

Exhibition view, Extraordinary! Unknown Works from Swiss Psychiatric Institutions around 1900, Kunstmuseum Thun, 2019, Photo: David Aebi

Ida Applebroog, exhibition view, 2018, Photo: Dominique Uldry

Exhibition view, Extraordinary! Unknown Works from Swiss Psychiatric Institutions around 1900, Kunstmuseum Thun, 2019, Photo: David Aebi

Ida Applebroog, exhibition view, 2018, Photo: Dominique Uldry

Exhibition view, Extraordinary! Unknown Works from Swiss Psychiatric Institutions around 1900, Kunstmuseum Thun, 2019, Photo: David Aebi

Exhibition view, Extraordinary! Unknown Works from Swiss Psychiatric Institutions around 1900, Kunstmuseum Thun, 2019, Photo: David Aebi

13. March 2019

17:15 Uhr Kunstmuseum

How does one best deal with narcissists? The Science café deals with current scientific and social questions and enables a direct dialogue between the audience and experts. You can participate in a discussion about the phenomenon narcissism. Afterwards the Kunstmuseum will be open from 6.30 pm to 8 pm and there is a short tour with Dr. Katrin Luchsinger.

Place: Café Thunerhof. The event and the visit to the museum are possible without registration, free of charge.

Partner: Science et cité; ZHdK