About one hundred invited guests and media attended the official opening of the Visual Voltage exhibition at Miraikan in Tokyo in the evening of October 20. The exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Mamoru Mohri, Chief Executive Director of The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan), and Mr. Stefan Noreén, Ambassador of Sweden in [...]
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Programme Visual Voltage Tokyo
Venue: Miraikan – National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
Date: 21 October – 15 November 2010
Inauguration 20 October, 2010
– Press conference and inauguration
– Talk by Sara Backlund and Magnus Jonsson,
“Swedish frontiers – design trends and innovation”, by invitation only
Seminar 21 October at Swedish Embassy in Tokyo
Finding the Frontiers – Open up for [...]
The Visual Voltage world touring exhibition is now visiting Beijing.
In collaboration with China Science and Technology Museum, the Embassy of Sweden and Academy of Art & Design at Tsinghua University the Swedish Institute is proud to present the Visual Voltage Exhibition – A Design and Art Perspective - in Beijing.
The Visual Voltage exhibition has been [...]
Micro Interventions, Energy credit systems and Energy fasting; results from the Visual Voltage workshop explorations.
All the Visual Voltage workshop exploration results, images from the Pecha Kucha and the finissage in Berlin are now available at the Visual Voltage workshop website, www.visualvoltageworkshop.de.
Last weekend the exhibitions Visual Voltage and Visual Voltage Amplified celebrated a big finissage-party at Felleshuset in Berlin. Before everything was packed up and sent to Beijing, the next stop of Visual Voltage in April 2010, 150 guests followed the invitation of the Swedish Institute, Swedish Embassy and the hosts of the workshop [...]
Through Design we can turn an invisible activity of energy consumption into a process that can be expierenced, thereby potentially altering awareness and leading to a change in behavior. Following this line of thought, the Visual Voltage exhibition presents a set of objects specially designed to help vistors reflect on how they consume energy.
To deepen [...]
Visual Voltage Amplified was opened with a colorful program on January 7th and is now accompanying the Swedish “mother exhibition” Visual Voltage until January 24th 2010. Despite of the winterly weather conditions outside, more than 200 interested visitors found their way to Felleshuset of the Nordic Embassies in Berlin.
The exhibition Visual Voltage deals [...]
Pecha Kucha, anyone?
Don’t miss the VV- Pecha Kucha Night -offering concise presentations in the Japanese manner. Saturday 19 September at Recyclart in Brussels.
With participation of Magnus Jonsson and Ramia Mazé of the Interactive Institute.
It gets started at 20.20, sharp. Bee on time is partly what the Pecha Kucha concept is about…
Pecha Kucha has grown into [...]
So far, many good discussions have been taking place at House of Sweden thanks to Living Green. The exhibit, is a reason for people to meet and to stop and reflect for a moment.
In Visual Voltage, the wide range of areas opens up for various topics. The well designed Flower Lamp that “blooms” when energy [...]