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Garden of Tangled Data

Part of the festival “Spy on Me #2”


4 hrs.

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25., 26., 28.3., 18:00–22:00
29.3., 15:00–19:00
Admission at all times

Almost everyone carries a digital archive in their pockets. Photos, chats, mails, that do not gather dust and never decay. They are forever stored in arid server farms, exploited by unseen third parties. In the “Garden of Tangled Data” things are different. Visitors donate data to the garden and watch as it cross-breeds, blooms and becomes humus: Not for profit but beauty. Together with invited farmer-philosopher guests (Sladja Blazan, Michael Marder, Isabel Kranz, Jutta Person, Birgit Schneider, Florian Sprenger), Chris Kondek, Christiane Kühl and their group sow the seeds of an alternative ecosystem: Friendly co-existence between technology, plants and us.

25.3: Impulses by Isabel Kranz and Birgit Schneider 
26.3.: Impulses by Florian Sprenger and Sladja Blazan
28.3.: Impulses by Jutta Person and Michael Marder
29.3.: Impulses by Michael Marder and n.n. 


Concept/video/texts: Chris Kondek, Christiane Kühl / Development of biological image-processing algorithms: Sage Jenson / Software development: Peter Ehses, Ricardo Gehn, Anton Krause, Felix Marthaler / Electronics Engineering: Grzegorz Zając / Composition: Hannes Strobl / Scenography: Sonja Füsti


  • Past
    Wed 25.3.2020, 18:00 / HAU3 Houseclub
    Thu 26.3.2020, 18:00 / HAU3 Houseclub
    Sat 28.3.2020, 18:00 / HAU3 Houseclub
    Sun 29.3.2020, 15:00 / HAU3 Houseclub

“Garden of Tangled Data / Für ein neues Ökosystem” on HAU3000

#Spy on Me #2 


A commission by HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Production: doublelucky productions & HAU Hebbel am Ufer.

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