White Bouncy Castle

White Bouncy Castle

From 11 to 28 July 2019. Last session at 7:20 pm

During museum's opening hours

Oval Hall



From 11 to 28 July you are all invited to the museum to enjoy the White Bouncy Castle (a white inflatable castle, 45 m long), a choreographic object designed by dancers and choreographers William Forsythe and Dana Caspersen.

The installation inevitably gets visitors involved in the kinetic idiosyncrasy of the White Bouncy Castle, a place where there are no spectators, only participants. The choreography that appears, accompanied by Joel Ryan’s soundtrack, is the result of complete physical destabilization and the resulting social absurdity, the euphoria of the contagious and, in some cases, addictive situation.


Be bold – come and jump and create your own choreographies in this white paradise in the form of a castle!



Information and reservation: 

Users can enter and jump for 15 minutes
Maximum capacity: 40 people
Non-accessible activity

Please, follow the rules to enjoy the installation without any risk:

  • Before entering, you must take your shoes off.
  • You can deposit your belongings at the cloakroom.
  • Any sharp, spiky or hard objects, which could damage the installation are not permitted. This includes piercings, hair clips, lighters, watches, mobile phones, cameras, pens, glasses, belts or suspenders.
  • No food (including chewing gums) and beverages are allowed.  
  • Follow the instructions of the staff.
  • No entrance under the age of 6 is allowed.
  • Enter the installation carefully and respect other visitors around you.

Enjoy your stay in the White Bouncy Castle!