On Tuesday March 1st, 2016 at 3:30pm, we were at front of Kauppahalli building in downtown Joensuu, Finland. We were at front of the two windows which are hosting our temporal exhibition.
This exposition is outstanding for several reasons, among those: (i) it will be open 24 hrs for 31 days (ii) it is accessible to anyone who walks on this sidewalk (iii) It combines arts (photography and music) with technology (iv) people can interact at any time with the exhibition.
As you can see in the following photo, March 1st was a cold day here in Joensuu. However, independently of the weather people join us.
The exhibition, Windows to the World, was officially open at 3:30pm and the lace was cut by our artists:
The exhibition invites the people to think about 4 particular topics relevant in our time: Technology, Nature, City and Crowd.
In a following posts we will present the different aspects of this exhibition. Now, let us celebrate that is finally open to the public. Below a photo of the team which work on all the last details before this day!.
Additionally, our partners oversees made also publicity to the event as: