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  • Ways to simplicity 16: Hishiryo – the thinking from the ground of non-thinking

    This year's path to simplicity takes us into an area of ZEN, the area of impartiality and immediacy. The season opens this year with the exhibition Ways to Simplicity 16. The season starts on 30.05.2020 at 2 p.m. We will continue to have to live with the limitations of the Corona pandemic and are preparing for a special season for the next few months, which nevertheless has many exciting highlights to offer. We look forward to your visit. The museum is already open again and can be visited. There is a mask requirement and a maximum of 2 people are allowed per exhibition space.

  • Paula – a memory

    Die Erlebnisse von Krieg, Gewalt und Rassismus begegneten Prof. Heinrich Johann Radeloff paradigmatic in the death of his schoolmate Paula and another 22 people. above this he wrote a requiem, which was set to music by Henning Schmiedt in 2004/05 and premiered in Berlin and Bremen. The rbb recorded this work. It is still available in the Neuklang catalogue of Bauer Studios . Out of these thoughts and experiences, Prof. Radeloff took a stone in the forest near Cammin near Laage to set a sign against war, violence and racism, many following his example and laying small stones around, so that the obelisk stands in the middle of a hill […]

  • Yokai – Animal Spirits by Peter Hecht 25.04.2020 – 23.05.2020

    Peter Hecht has created works in many parts of the world. It is almost always about the nature of animals, their spirit… about beings and mythical creatures, about what is described in Japanese with Yokai. In this way, we switch from botany to the world of animals virtually seamlessly.

  • Finissage Alternative Botany by Setsuko Fukushima

    At first glance, the works seem to come from a natural history museum. They present themselves as preparations. The display cases and boxes made of simple wood show parallels in the form of the works of Joseph Beuys, who also created many showcases, mountains of books and fine-line drawings. The content accent, however, is completely different. Setsuko Fukushima's works go in a different direction in terms of content, in which the artist is involved in the confrontation with herself, with nature, with botany in particular. It preserves, changes, shapes, creates surprising connections, works in paper, ceramics and wood, all natural materials that serve to transfigurate nature, for appropriation and juxtaposition. […]

  • Circular letter from Mitsuko Castle

    Dear members, dear friends of Schloss Mitsuko. The year 2019 at Mitsuko Castle is coming to an end. It was a year of ups and downs. It started before the start of the season with the news of Professor Radeloff’s stroke and with clinic and rehab… For the first time in the history of Mitsuko Castle, we had to open the season without Professor Radeloff being there and I made him the important promise in the intensive care unit in Rostock that the tea house in the grove will actually be built this year. A huge challenge, because the goal was to finish it until the arrival of the tea […]