Facing the Digital Future
May 20, 2019
Our new, digitalized world has brought both unique challenges and exciting opportunities to our daily lives. Wunderbar Together is partnering with organizations in Germany and the US that are tackling these challenges head on and exploring possibilities and solutions that technology creates in every aspect of our lives.
After a successful event at this year’s South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, re:publica, Wunderbar Together partner and Germany’s largest digital festival, held an event in Berlin that welcomed more than 25,000 visitors.
MUTEK.SF is the US edition of the international not-for-profit organization based in Montreal, dedicated to digital creativity in sound, music, and audiovisual art in the context of live performance. The four-day festival took place March 2-5 across an eclectic mix of venues throughout San Francisco and featured a blend of international luminaries with artists from the local community. The festival provides an open, inviting environment that encourages rewarding exchanges between artists, professionals, and the public including Dopplereffekt, Emptyset, and Aisha Devi.
Ripples in Spacetime – Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience
See the world from a new perspective! This photo of Wellen in der Raumzeit (Ripples in Spacetime) shows an abstract image which is normally hidden to the human eye. Thanks to scientists from more than 80 Max Planck research institutes, the beauty of scientific research is now visible. Learn more here: https://www.frostscience.org/exhibition/images-of-science/Read More
MEUTE Plays a Free Concert in Front of the Lincoln Memorial
Last week, MEUTE took things to the next level with a free, open-air performance in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. Donning their signature red marching band jackets, the band played for an energetic crowd full of old and new fans alike.Read More
Colorful Tribute to Goethe in Kansas City
Goethe’s Theory of Color meets light art: German-American artistic collaboration Luftwerk (Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero) are experimenting with light conditions – from day to night, light to dark. Their color-coded wallpaper is activated through shifting color interactions and is inspired by Goethe’s Theory of Colors. The exhibition celebrated the opening of the Goethe Pop Up Kansas City.Read More