The artwork—called Infinities—was created by Brazilian artist Regina Silveira, who recently stayed at HLRS to work with the CAVE, a virtual reality facility used for visualizations of large datasets. The project was undertaken in cooperation with the Instituto Itaú Cultural, São Paulo, in an operation conceived by MATTconcept, an international art projects platform.
As a gift to HLRS Silveira donated Infinities for exhibition to the general public. It will receive its world premiere on the Tag der Wissenschaft from 3:30-4:30 PM.
During the Tag der Wissenschaft, visitors will also have the opportunity to get a rare look behind the scenes at one of Germany's largest high-performance computing facilities and learn how supercomputing is transforming research and technology design. Visitors can:
We look forward to seeing you here.
HLRS is proud to participate in the Tag der Wissenschaft, which offers the public a unique opportunity to get to know the University of Stuttgart and to experience the wide range of research underway here. The event is free and open to all.
Date and Time
Saturday, July 1 1:00–7:00 PM.
(Infinities will be on view from 3:30-4:30 PM)
Nobelstraße 19, Stuttgart
(on the Vaihingen campus of the University of Stuttgart)