Ex Machina Kunst & Maschine / OÖ Kulturquartier Linz

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>> temporarily closed from 03.11 << 22.10.2020 – 17.01.2021.

With Clemens Fürtler and Peter William Holden, a new exhibition series starts, which presents works at the interface of machine art, robotics, kinetics, but also light and performance at the Kulturquartier in Linz. A robot also guides visitors through the exhibition. On display will be Fürtler’s Tower of Babel, or a sculpture that takes up this theme, a symbol of human hubris, as well as an image-generating machine. Constructed from model train parts and model houses, equipped with light vehicles, the apparatus projects its structure onto the surrounding walls. The shadow architecture moves in space and grows into a monumental tower.

The fascinating spectacle of raindrops dancing on a water surface, triggering a choreography of concentric rings, inspired Peter William Holden to create his work. His machine Concentricity reproduces this experience with technical means and integrates the sound of the raindrops into a rhythmic play of movement and sound.

Ex Machina Kunst & Maschine
22.10.2020 – 17.01.2021
OÖ Kulturquartier Linz 
OK Platz 1
4020 Linz