Paul Divjak and Wolfgang Schlögl (a.k.a. I-Wolf) make an appearance as ambassadors-to-the-bees and invite visitors to immerse themselves in a performative multimedia production. The two artists spent this past summer researching the acoustic world of Apis mellifera, the European honeybee, condensing all manner of captured sounds into an orchestral snapshot. Now, the MAK Columned Main Hall is to become a bee disco: with 100,000 bees participating, Team Tool Time will be mounting the first-ever live presentation of BEE POP. A brief documentary has also been put together for this evening, a making-of with details from the world of bees picked up by the artists while making their field recordings at the hives of local beekeepers. Visitors can look forward to undreamt-of sonic experiences that tell of the apiarian kingdoms fascinating social dynamics.