Sunday was not too quite, visitors filled the festival with life, the conferences were busy, if you want to check out some of the discussions using #square2 on Twitter, the participants of Public Square Squared joined an intensive onlinedebate, and you can also watch the the videos on Youtube.
The Klangwolke was spectacular, the Danube turned into a stadium, impressive, impressive.
Today’s conferences are going to be softer, but no less inspiring. Public Square Squared tries to answer the questions about how internettechnologies have influence on revolutions, on democracy, on freedom. Starting 10.30 am in the Brucknerhaus, if you can’t make it, use #square2 as hashtag and join the discussion through Twitter.
Pixelspaces are syncing science and arts. Also they are looking for OHMI, the one handed musical instrument. Starting 10 am in the Sky Loft AEC.
The Brucknerhaus hosts ORIGIN SYMPOSIUM III and IV, with one change: In the afternoon, the symposium goes on in the Brucknerhaus, while at the Deep Space at AEC, there’s going to be the presentation of “LHC- Large Hadron Collider”, the first coffee-table book about CERN. Rolf-Dieter Heuer will premiere the book together with Franzobel, author, and Lois Lammerhuber, the publisher. They will be accompied by 6 members of the Wiener Philharmoniker, who are going to “Beautiful Music for a Beautiful Beast (Music for the Large Hadron Collider)” by Ralph Schutti (AT).
You can watch the streams from yesterdays symposium following the links: ORIGIN SYMPOSIUM I
The night has just started. At the Maindeck and STWS the Nightline is just about to start, featuring Tesla Orchestra, Daito Manabe, POP:SCH and others. And the Neuer Dom is host to a soundinstallation par excellence!
ORIGIN - how it all begins is officially in full swing. The exhibitions are open, the program runs smoothly, and the weather will be back to sunny soon. To feed your appetite, here’s two teasers, one for the Tsukuba-University-Exhibition “Seriously Playful - Playfully Serious”, the other for the Android-Theatre “Sayonara”.