Curators' Tour
2051: Smart Life in the City

Exhibition view, 2015 VIENNA BIENNALE 2015: IDEAS FOR CHANGE 2051: Smart Life in the City, MAK Exhibition Hall Hannes Langeder, Ferdinand GT3 RS, Bicycle-Porsche for deceleration and ecologically gentle mobility, 2010 © Peter Kainz/MAK

With Harald Gruendl (Co-Partner EOOS, and Director, IDRV-Institute of Design Research Vienna) and Thomas Geisler (Curator MAK Design Collection)

How do we want to live in the future? The exhibition project, organized by the MAK and departure, the creative center of the Vienna Business Agency, investigates the role of design as a tool for positive change in the context of the VIENNA BIENNALE 2015: IDEAS FOR CHANGE. Ten teams have developed ideas for the urban everyday life of the future, which can be tested and discussed. Integrated into the urban space of Vienna, they are intended to motivate people to become part of the change process and an intelligent urban vision. 

The free app Ideas for Change will help you navigate the "2051 City":


FRI, 02.10. / 16:302015