Introduction for teachers - Cancelled
Teachers receive background information about the exhibition Semiconductor - Let There Be Light. In a dialogue with an expert for art education, they get suggestions for school visits and further projects in the framework of the exhibition.
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Artist Talk: Semiconductor & Dr. Inge Hinterwaldner, Friday May 3, 7p.m.
In conversation with Dr. Inge Hinterwaldner, research assistant at the Institute for Art History at the University of Basel and researcher/lecturer at eikones, Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt discuss their artistic strategy of „fictional science“ and their interest in the relationship between scientific images and their representation of the world.more
Opening Reception Semiconductor – Let There Be Light, Thursday May 2, 7p.m.
Opening Reception on Thursday, May 2, at 7.p.m.
With an official greeting by Annette Schönholzer, Director of New Initiatives, Art Basel, and an introduction by Sabine Himmelsbach, Artistic Director of HeKmore
15.000 GRAY - Theater production by machina eX
Professor Hövel has had a breakthrough. But his knowledge is about to fall into the wrong hands. What will you do? Now you are in charge to solve the puzzles, experience the story, save the world!
machina eX is a group of young media and theater artists designing computergames in real life environments. Instead of sitting in front of a screen and a keyboard, in their games you play in real rooms, using real items.
raumD, Oslostrasse 10/12, 4142 Münchenstein/Basel
Noise - the Other of Music
Concerts at HeK
Friday 12.4., doors/bar 18.30h, Concert 19h
Laurence Wagner und Nicolas Favrod-Coune (Lombard Effekt, Performance)
Âme Sèche (Improvisierte Kammermusik)
Daniel Buess (Perkussion/Elektronik)
Saturday 13.4., doors/bar 20.30h, Concert 21h
Gilles Aubry (Les Âmes amplifiées, musique concrète)
Entry fee: 5.-more
Family Day with Workshop
Digital artworks can break easily, even faster than paintings or sculptures! Why that's the case and what can do to prevent it is shown in the current exhibition "Digital Art Works". Kids and their families are welcomed all day long to come and explore the exhibition, to experiment, and track down the invisible nets. Participance is possible throughout the whole day (please bring your own food).