Digital Guided Tour with Albert-László Barabási
Two men stand in the exhibition room in front of a projection that shows the cosmos as a network. They are covered by the projection. The left man is the scientist Albert-Lázsló Barabási. The right man is Peter Weibel. Both are smiling.
through »BarabásiLab. Hidden Patterns«
Tue, July 13, 2021 7 pm – 8 pm CEST, Guided Tour
Language: English

For individuals and families, registration required – limited number of participants!

Realized in cooperation with the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, Hungary, the exhibition »BarabásiLab. Hidden Patterns« is the first in Germany to provide a comprehensive overview of the forms of visualization developed by BarabásiLab through its collaborative process involving scientists, artists, and designers alike. Without imposing a reductionist framework on the complexity of our world, the work of BarabásiLab reveals the hidden patterns in complex systems that determine our biological and social existence.

Digital requirements: internet access, video conferencing capability (computer camera and microphone). The guided tour will be hosted on zoom. We will send you the Zoom link shortly before the workshop begins.


You can call us:
Tuesday 1 pm–6 pm,
Thursday 9 am–1 pm

Organization / Institution
ZKM | Center for Art and Media

Accompanying program