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HUMAN BY DESIGN / Probing Social and Methodological Innovation in Design / Nuatan – glasses / crafting plastics! studio (Vlasta Kubušová, Miroslav Král), 2018 © Evelyn Ben?i?ová

Vienna Biennale 2019

Vienna Biennale for Change 2019 holds the theme BRAVE NEW VIRTUES. Shaping Our Digital World.

The Vienna Biennale manages to combine art, design, and architecture, with the aim of generating creative ideas and artistic projects to help improve the world. Its category-spanning, interdisciplinary approach and combination of artistic ambition and the creative economy open up new perspectives on central topics of our time and thus promote positive change in our society. The 2019 focus is on brave visions on handling artificial intelligence and new technologies, on shaping innovative (urban) ways of work, on new ways of living (together), and on responsible consumption.  Definitely a must visit!

29 May - 6 October 2019

MAK - Museum of Applied Arts
Stubenring 5

A-1010 Vienna

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