There’s an arms race going on in nature—according to Consuelo de Moraes, Professor of Biocommunications at ETH Zurich. In her research, she has discovered some very surprising aspects of plant - insect communications, and some even sneakier gambits in pathogens responsible for diseases such as malaria.
In part one of an on-going experience, Fake Love touches on classic sci-fi worlds using H.G. Wells Time Machine as its creative muse. Leveraging progressive storytelling interactivity coupled with traditional ones, join us for an immersive journey combining live performance, original scoring, and invention.
1. retrieve & hold a traveler pouch.
2. approach a time pocket watch device.
3. if the device likes you, it will play a unique tone & add a harmony.
4. return traveler pouch after journey.
Experience by Fake Love
Event: Future of Storytelling
Location: Snug Harbor, Staten Island
Live Theater by Jen Harmon / Odyssey Works
Original Orchestral Soundscapes by Lon Kaiser
What is a “Smart City”? Gerhard Schmitt, Professor of Information Architecture at ETH Zurich, and founder of ETH’s Future Cities Lab in Singapore, breaks down the ideas of “smartness” in urban design, introducing us to some core concepts such as “waste as capital” and “resilience”.