Exposition

Inverse (last edited: 03/10/2017)

Florian Dombois

About this exposition

The public art project "Inverse" investigates on the possibilities to model and imagine a reverse time. The artist Florian Dombois engages for this with scientists of all disciplines from the City of Dresden, Germany, and collects examples to approach the unimaginable. On May, 30th, 2015, 12-14 h a Flock of Happenings was held on Postplatz in Dresden. On May 28th, 29th and 30th three podiums took place developing the discourse. This webpage collects different material: * Documentation of the different projects during the Flock of Happenings * Examples from Art, Literature, Film, Music, and Videogames * Press Material "Inverse" is curated by Thomas Eller, Berlin. Assistance: Irène Mélix, Lisa Poelker, Dresden
typeresearch exposition
keywordstime, art, reverse, modeling and simulation
date01/02/2015
statusprogress
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/133556/133557

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