Media Architecture Biennale 2014 : World Cities : Nov 19 – 22

Led by Anna Ulak ( University of Toronto ),
Philipp Rahlenbeck ( Multitouch Berlin )

Natural affect and a new public infrastructure

A new type of public pavilion for cities using abstract reproductions of natural affect.

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Do you have a biennale shaped hole in your heart? Do not dispair. Asians and Americans (and other people willing to travel) have great media architecture events to go to in 2015 as well (photo:  MAB14 by Peter Dalsgaard)

Media Architecture Events in 2015

Having a hard time waiting for the 2016 Media Architecture Biennale? Don’t despair. There’s great events to attend in 2015 as well.

MAB14 is over. Until the next biennale, enjoy papers, photos and a few videos from the event (photo: Wolfgang Leeb)

MAB14 papers, photos, videos and more

Because you’re worth it, because the field of media architecture is worth it, and because we really hope to see you at MAB16.

It takes a village to raise a biennale. Or possibly a full-on metropolis.

It’s a wrap

MAB14 has come to an end. Thanks so much. Next up is Sydney (and much better MAB weather) in June 2016.

The Energy Tower (Roskilde, Denmark) won in the category 'animated architecture (photo: Time Van De Velde)

World’s best media architecture awarded

Have a look at the fantastic accomplishments.

Wednesday November 19

Thursday November 20

Friday November 21

Saturday November 22

  • Conference (all day)
  • Marketplace (all day)
  • Closing
  • Suggested transportation from Aarhus to Copenhagen

You can download the programme as a PDF from this link: MAB14 Program (PDF).
The program is subject to change without notice.

See the detailed programme

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