Yadegar Asisi resurrects in his Panorama the ancient city of Pergamon and conveys a fascinating insight into the architecture and the daily life of 129 AD. The artist thus enables, say, the world famous Pergamon Altar to be experienced in its original location. Embedded into the terraces of the 300-metre high Acropolis, the monumental structure merges into the hilly landscape alongside other temples and the theatre. At the foot of the Acropolis stretches the Roman city of Pergamon, while on the horizon can be seen the Mediterranean Sea. The panoramic experience is rounded off with the accompanying music by film composer Eric Babak and sound effects reflecting the era and the setting in the scene.

The artwork, which combines the results of many years of research into an extraordinary experience, emerged in a unique cooperation with the Berlin State Museums.

This Panorama is currently not on display.