Discover new perspectives with our guided tour of UFO - Unidentified Fluid Other. Join our expert guide to uncover behind-the-scenes insights into the artist’s process and the exhibition.
Good to know
— Price: 5€ per person
(+ entrance ticket)
— Duration: 60 - 90 minutes
— Language: English
— Available Mondays & Wednesdays: 11:00 and 14:00
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Frequently asked Questions
Guided Tours start on the dot, please ensure you are on time. If you arrive late, unfortunately you will not be able to join the Guided Tour and you will forfeit the costs. However, you will be able to explore the exhibition independently.
Guided Tour bookings are neither refundable nor can be rescheduled. Due to the limited spots available and specific starting times.
What can you expect?
UFO – Unidentified Fluid Other explores a range of contemporary topics – from gender fluidity, to the movement of video gamers as makers, to the transformative effect of digital filters on our perception of our identities in ‘real’ and virtual spaces. During our guided tours, dive into the craft behind these digital artworks with unique insights into the software used, sound recording, lighting design and the intention behind the tech.
Through audio-visual installations, the exhibition tells the story of humanity in the future. Your guide will take you through uncharted digital terrain, providing fun facts to bring complex ideas back down to earth. The guided tours offer space for you to wander and gather your own thoughts, finding your place in emerging future landscapes.
Explore deeper dimensions of ‘UFO – Unidentified Fluid Other‘ with expert insights. Get your guided tour-ticket here and discover the exhibition’s full significance.
Frequently Asked Questions
This exhibition contains flashing video images and loud sounds which may not be suitable for people with epilepsy.
When it comes to the youngest amongst us, Nxt Museum is enjoyed by children of all age groups. However, many of our artworks and installations are housed within dark rooms with loud sounds, some strong language, nudity, and flashing videos. Be aware: one artwork in this exhibition contains sexual scenes and nudity. Please keep this in mind when considering if you’d like to bring young children.
Yes, the exhibition, restaurant and toilets are accessible via wheelchair ramps or alternative routes. We also have disabled parking slots which may be booked upon reservation by leaving us a message here.