Founded in 1976 by entrepreneur Charles Vögele (1923–2002), the key objective of the changing exhibition space and a collection for contemporary Swiss art was to promote and educate about modern art, especially with regards to young people. Now managed by his daughter Monica Vögele, the interactive art experiences at Vögele Kultur Zentrum aim at embracing and embedding more mindfulness in society. “We don’t offer solutions,” she says. “But information, arguments or something totally unexpected – always in an entertaining manner so that our visitors can form their own opinion about a specific topic.”