- La Joconde, © Mardi8, Artisansd Idees, GPI Rmn-GP,  Musee du Louvre 2022 
La Joconde, © Mardi8, Artisansd Idees, GPI Rmn-GP,  Musee du Louvre 2022 

Die Wiener Zeitung ist Medienpartner der Cultural Heritage Präsentationen im Deep Space 8K, im Rahmen des diesjährigen Ars Electronica Festivals.

Ein Festival für Kunst, Technologie und Gesellschaft, zu dem Player aus Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft, Kreativ- und Kunstszene aus der Region und aller Welt ihre  Perspektiven beitragen.

Im Rahmen des Festivals werden nachfolgende Programmpunkte aus der Cultural Heritage Serie am 9.9. im Deep Space 8K in Linz abgehalten u gestreamt:

The Mona Lisa, an immersive exhibition

Speaker: Vincent Delieuvin (FR), Christelle Terrier (FR), Roei Amit (FR)

Termin: 9. September 2022, 11:00 - 12:00

Why is the Mona Lisa the most famous painting in the world? The answers to this apparently simple question are varied, complex and surprising, giving visitors an insight into part of the myth and above all into the work itself, beyond any false mysteries and clichés. The exhibition is an invitation to rediscover Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece through stories and sensory experiences that take place on different levels. https://ars.electronica.art/planetb/de/the-mona-lisa/

Gigapixel Images from the Vatican Museums

The Frescoes by Pietro Perugino in the Sistine Chapel: Beauty Leading to Faith

Speaker: Dr. Barbara Jatta (IT), Dr. Rosanna Di Pinto (IT)

Termin: 9. September 2022, 15:00 - 16:00

For the first time, the Vatican Museums will be guests at the Ars Electronica Center for a special Cultural Heritage Series based on a cooperation with the Vatican Museums and the Embassy of Austria to the Holy See in Rome. Gigapixel images of two  outstanding artworks by the Great Master Pietro Perugino in the Sistine Chapel — the main Chapel in the Pope’s Palace — will be presented at Deep Space 8K. https://ars.electronica.art/planetb/de/gigapixel-vatican-museums/

Ort: Deep Space 8K, Ars Electronica Center, Linz/OÖ