Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken

Reference project

Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken

arcs audio conducted interviews in German, French and English in the Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken and translated these interviews into the other two languages for Sabine Hertig’s exhibition | BREAK UP! and the group exhibition IN TRANSIT in December 2020. The exhibitions and guides are available for visitors on a virtual tour.

Art mediation should not be hindered by language barriers.

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Shannon from France speaks to Saskia about the project “Tomorrow there will be apricots” by Tanya Habjouqa. The work was shown as part of the exhibition IN TRANSIT. The photo was taken in December 2020, like all following photos of the exhibitions in the Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken.

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Vincent, a student from the USA, contemplates “Landscape Nr. 16” by Sabine Hertig and speaks to Saskia about his observations. The work was shown as part of the exhibition BREAK UP! in the Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken.

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11-year-old student Anton from Saarbrücken speaks about his thoughts when contemplating “Landscape Nr. 16” by Sabine Hertig. The audio guides for both exhibitions are stored on the Soundcloud audio service and they can be selected and listened to on the virtual tour.

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German-speaking Ingrid is retired and heavily involved in volunteer work. This photo shows her deep in conversation with Saskia in front of Tanya Habjouqa’s project “Tomorrow there will be apricots”.

Audio samples

Sabine Hertig, Landscape Nr. 17. 2020

Anton (DE)

„Wenn das alles in den gleichen Farben wäre, könnte man das besser erkennen.“

Shannon (FR)

„Je pense qu'il y a plusieurs endroits et plusieurs distances à voir.“

Vincent (EN)

„It looks like a window in a different dimension.“


The interviews were first conducted in three languages and translated into the other two languages. The audio guides were published on the Soundcloud audio platform and then implemented in the virtual 3-D tour through the exhibitions.

To the Soundcloud of the Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken


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