Vienna Art Week 2018
"Falling Star"Live wall drawing performance by Laurent Ajina and conversation with Ludovic Ferrière, curator of the Meteorite Collection of the Naturhistorisches Museum Wien.
November 24, 2018, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
About 100 tons of extraterrestrial material fall onto Earth every day, most of it dust. In rare cases, a stone, or so-called meteorite, reaches the ground. Exactly 250 years ago, on Sunday, 20 November 1768, around 4:00 pm, a bright falling star was seen in Upper Austria. Soon after, a stone weighing about 21 kilograms was recovered. It was one of the oldest witnessed meteorite falls from which we still have samples preserved in collections; its remnant is the largest meteorite known from Austria.
Celebrating the 50-year anniversary of Stanley Kubricks groundbreaking masterpiece, a new "unrestored" print of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY was created, under the auspices of fellow analogue-film aficionade Christopher Nolan. For the first time since the original release, this 70mm print was struck from new printing elements made from the original camera negative. This is a true photochemical film recreation. There are no digital tricks, remastered effects, or revisionist edits. This is the unrestored film that recreates the cinematic event that audiences experienced fifty years ago. Gartenbaukino is proud to present exclusive screenings of this new print from August 30th, 2018. A cooperation between Gartenbaukino and NHM ViennaTicket-cooperation in September 2018:Reduced tickets for the Natural History Museum Vienna, if you show the Gartenbaukino-Ticket: 10Reduced tickets for the Gartenbaukino, if you show an NHM Vienna-Ticket: 10Further information:https://www.gartenbaukino.at/
A cooperation with Gartenbaukino in Vienna
"2001 - A Space Odyssey"