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 Scenography.World is the public space that collects the different facets of scenography in theatre, art, design, politics, daily life, AI kitsch and more..

 Scenography.World content is compiled from the Dynamic Archive (DNA) 


Making exhibitions


Scenography.World transforms the Dynamic Archive content into exhibitions.


2D expositions



Women self portraits

Jazz History

Individual Artists

A total of 39 exhibition concepts and designs are stored in the DNA database


3D VR exhibitions


reconstructions that make the invisible visible

The International Theatre Exhibition 1922 reconstructed

2nd floor, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam


VR Apocalypse

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam April - September 2023

The Stedelijk presented five decades of artistry by multi-talented Felix de Rooy (Curaçao, 1952) with film, theater and visual arts in countless forms from paintings to assemblages and from (digital) collages to wall hangings. Far ahead of his time, De Rooy investigated topics that are still relevant today, including the impact of the colonial past, everyday racism and the meaning of Afro-Caribbean and queer identities in art.

Scenography.World builds the virtual version of this exhibition in collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum.





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DNA membership provides a handsome digital archive and management tool for cataloguing your visual material, objects, documents, library, events and web exhibitions.

Scenography.World content is curated and made into web exhibitions in concert with the DNA members.



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Images from the 1922 exhibition


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