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Vienna Biennale | Impressions

Today VIENNA BIENNALE, the world’s first multidisciplinary biennale with contributions from the fields of art, design, and architecture,  opened for the first time. Take a look at the pictures and go see the exhibitions!

Vienna Biennale 2015 | Kristina Kulakova
With examples of creativity from a wide range of disciplines, the premiere of the biennale is dedicated to the theme of “IDEAS FOR CHANGE” and opens up new, interdisciplinary paths for positive change in our society. Against the background of Digital Modernity, the VIENNA BIENNALE 2015: IDEAS FOR CHANGE aims to inspire visitors to make the world a more livable and sustainable place with a series of exhi- bitions, performances, workshops, and lectures.

'Future Light' at MAK, installation view, Amalia Pica

‘Future Light’ at MAK, installation view, Amalia Pica

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'Future Light' at MAK, installation view, Rana Begun

‘Future Light’ at MAK, installation view, Rana Begun

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'Future Light' at MAK, installation view

‘Future Light’ at MAK, installation view

'Smart Life in the City' at MAK

'Smart Life in the City' at MAK. Hannes Langeder, Ferdinand GT3 RS, Bicycle-Porsche for deceleration and ecologically gentle mobility, 2010

‘Smart Life in the City’ at MAK. Hannes Langeder, Ferdinand GT3 RS, Bicycle-Porsche

'24/7 the human condition' at MAK. Detail of 'We are the world' by Mahony

’24/7 the human condition’ at MAK. Detail of ‘We are the world’ by Mahony

24/7 the human condition, installation view

24/7 the human condition, installation view

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'Mapping Bucharest' at MAK

‘Mapping Bucharest’ at MAK

Mapping Bucharest

Mapping Bucharest

Mapping Bucharest

Mapping Bucharest

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Visit www.viennabiennale.org for more info about exhibitions and the program.

 

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