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Quantum Magic with Libby Heaney
Sabine Himmelbach, Director of HEK and curator of the current exhibition «Libby Heaney: Quantum Soup» and artist Libby Heaney give us insights into the slimey, soupy and fluid world of quantum. Together, they unravel Heaney's unique visual language, explore the intriguing landscape of quantum mechanics, and reflect on Heaney's remarkable journey from quantum physicist to artist.
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Portals into Digital Worlds – Surfing on the «WEK» Planet
Can you find the cat hidden in the hill? Can you understand what the flowers in the forest are discussing? Who lives in the mushrooms that grow in the caves? In the water world, who is watching over the sparkling crown? Which couriers deliver food to the floating cloud village? Do you see the great rice cake planet in outer space? A guest article by Andrea Fortmann.
Retrospective on the Holiday Pass Workshop: Use Ladders and Slides to navigate the City of the Future
As part of the Holiday Pass Workshop: “Build an extended world – with found objects, paper and augmented reality” with Mirjam Fruttiger (K’Werk and SFG Basel) and Anna Flurina Kälin (Freisicht and HEK), children invent a future city. With towers, stairs, slides, and flying ships, the inhabitants of the future city, dinosaurs, dragons, and characters move around in their own way.
Touch-Gloves
You cannot operate your smartphone with gloves on? Update your gloves! With a small embroidery with conductive thread you can restore the connection between your finger and your phone.
Scrappy Circuits
The beginning of every electronics project is an electric circuit. Scrappy Circuits are circuits made of simple materials out of your drawer and do not require special tools. Getting started with electronics is easy and fun!
Going off the grid instantly
With this self made mobile phone pouch you can disappear from the grid instantly without touching a button.