The Mirror to the World exhibition on Human Nature and Sustainability was created in 2008. Since that year, more than 30 000 visitors have seen our work.
The central question of the exhibition is the following question: What does a human being need in order to be happy and how do those needs affect his or her environment? The answers are expressed in ten thematic rooms, each of them composed of installations and interactive games.
The names of the rooms are: knowledge, survival, choice, creation, identity, relaxation, security, love, dream, and participation. Every room features three-dimensional objects and displays, including things that can be held or played with, question to discuss, pictures to compare, facts to learn about, places to make small crafts, or games to be played. A tour guide leads groups through each of the ten rooms, explaining the important concepts and allowing the participants ample time to explore each idea and interact with the provided elements.
Inspiration for the content of the exhibition was drawn from the All We Need Exhibition that took place in Luxembourg in 2007.
The plan of the first exhibition in 2008 at Millenáris Park, Budapest.
After this the exhibition moved to 10 more places around in Hungary, each time giving us the job to fit everything to a new and specific scene.