Under Our Own Roof - The Workers' First Assembly Hall 1879-1983
A brand new interactive installation at the Workers' Museum brings alive the story of the workers' first assembly hall in Denmark. Through touchscreens you can interact with 18 short films that tell the story of the building and the many activities that have taken place here through more than 100 years.
The installation has been developed in cooperation with the award winning design group Oncotype.
Funding has been provided by Arbejdmarkedes feriefond (The Labour Market Holiday Fund)
- a working-class family 1885-1990
The point of departure for this exhibition is an original 1915 flat, and it shows us how the family lived its life – in everyday circumstances and when something special was afoot.
The Workers Museum’s exhibition about the 1950s depicts the living conditions of a working-class family in the years following the Second World War. Despite shortages and rationing this period heralded a new time to come: families had more money to spend and the consumer culture, heavily influenced by American ideals, gained ground.
-an exhibition on the evolution of industrial production from the time of industrialization in the mid-19th century until today. New machines, new processes, mass products and unemployment have constantly forced workers to adapt.
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