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Reloading Technology: Opening Party

Joon Kwak
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OPENING /// 23 MAART /// 19.30 UUR /// 🍾
Het volledige Reloading Technology-programma is gratis toegankelijk.

Van 23 maart tot en met 4 mei kun je je hart op in TAC als je van technologie, kunst, film, discussie (en alles daar tussenin) houdt. Reloading Technology brengt brengt gebruikers, ontwerpers, kunstenaars, organisaties en universiteiten samen om de waarde en betekenis van technologische innovatie te bespreken. Maar eerst willen we deze bruisende periode met jullie inluiden tijdens de opening party!

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OPENING /// 23 MARCH /// 19.30 O'CL /// 🍾
The full Reloading Technology programme is free of charge.

From March 23 to May 4 Reloading Technology brings users, designers, artists, companies and universities together in order to negotiate how the values and meanings of technological innovation affect society. But first we like to start this exciting period with you during the opening party!

19:30 Doors open
20:00 Erewhon - Project Enactment [1]
21:00 MAAR - Music Performance [2]
21:30 Opening Expo ✨
21:45 DJ Fatima Ferrari with an energetic mix of Persian pop, Arabic funk and Middle-Eastern hiphop!
23:30 DJ Joon Kwak [212, house/techno]
dance, dance, dance

Eliza - is an ongoing performance by Alexandra Fraser, exploring the philosophies of artificial intelligence in a public setting.

Liminal - by Sara Kaiser is a conversation on life extension where we can experience the ethical implications and prominent opinions in the debate on life extension.

InterviewR - from Game Solutions Lab questions us to keep track of the variety of opinions on the topics of the exhibition, do you want to contribute to the data collection? By pressing the button you accept the terms and conditions.

[1] Erewhon by Filip Setmanuk in collaboration with Vincent Thornhill questions what the world would look like if machines were abolished. We are invited to see the first performance and to later perform the piece ourselves during the exhibition.

[2] Artist duo Arvid&Marie will perform a musical intervention in the exhibition space with semi-improvised music and spoken word, self-made instruments and surreal atmospheres.