Deep Space LIVE: Tracing the Green Roof of Europe

Ars Electronica Center
THU 17.10.2019 / 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

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(Linz, 14.10.2019) Enchanted marshlands, mysterious moors, primeval forest relics and untouched river valleys: Thursday evening, 17.10.2019, nature photographer Berndt Fischer presents breathtaking high-resolution photos from the region of the Bavarian-Austrian-Czech border: from the German Fichtelgebirge to the Upper Austrian Bohemian Forest. Beginning is at 7 p.m.

Berndt Fischer
Berndt Fischer was born in 1949 in Amberg, Germany. For 40 years he has been photographing – most of all landscapes and animals, but also cities and people. A three-year stay in Paris was followed by his first illustrated book “Paris – Magic of a City”. Since then he has written 5 more illustrated books and countless reports about his Franconian adopted country and photo trips on 4 continents. Berndt Fischer is also politically active and understands his photography, which he came to as an autodidact, as a statement against the progressive destruction of nature.

Deep Space LIVE

Every Thursday, 7 p.m. (except public holidays), the Ars Electronica Center invites you to a Deep Space LIVE. High-resolution images in 16 by 9 meter format will be combined with expert commentary, entertaining double conferences and musical improvisation. Whether it’s art-historical tracing, space flight, a voyage of discovery into the nanoworld or a LIVE concert – Deep Space LIVE stands for enlightening entertainment amidst impressive visual worlds. Admission costs €3. With a valid museum ticket, the visit is free of charge.

Das Grüne Dach Europas / Fotocredit: Berndt Fischer, Ars Electronica – Robert Bauernhansl / Printversion