This year’s MAK program is all about the Klimt jubilee year!
6 p.m. – 1 a.m.
A last night in KLIMT’S MAGIC GARDEN
A Virtual Reality Experience by Frederick Baker
Klimt’s design drawings for the frieze at Palais Stoclet: Using high resolution digital images of the masterpiece, VR artist Frederick Baker creates a fantastic virtual world in which visitors can embark on an interactive cinematic journey.
6 p.m.–1 a.m.
Connected Kids at the MAK
Presented in an installation by Atelier 37.2
Hourly from 6–11 p.m.
Duration: ca. 40 min.
Klimt’s original design drawings and a look behind the scenes of the digital world at the VR Info Point by Leiss Postproduction
Even outside the guided tours, you can ask the experts questions, look over their shoulders, and let yourself be inspired.
With the kind support of
Many artists have their most creative hours at night. Come to the MAK and let Gustav Klimt and the Magic Garden enchant you. Join in drawing on a large frieze or replenish the magnetic tree of life.
6 p.m. – 1 a.m.
CONNECTED KIDS AT THE MAK
In cooperation with Connected Kids, a T-Mobile initiative promoting digital media in schools, kids from fourteen school classes have this year drawn inspiration from Klimt’s colors and forms to create their own works, based on high-resolution digital image material of the original masterwork Expectation and Fulfillment.
The Parisian artist duo Atelier 37.2 created the installation Tree of Life especially for the presentation of the schoolchildren’s work. It is based loosely on Gustav Klimt’s Tree of Life, in whose “nests” and “tree stumps” the works of the young schoolkid-artists will be projected onto screens: visitors to the MAK are invited to discover them. At the same time, the installation incorporates the columned architecture of the MAK, thus creating a connection between architecture and art that goes beyond a merely formal combination.
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