FUTURE SCENES x World Science Forum @ Budapest – Hungary 2019.

Invitation from the Centrum Production – Building mapping and light painting on the facade and Danube side of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA)

District, V., 9. Széchenyi István Square – Budapest

20 -22. November, 2019. – 6.30 p.m. – 11 p.m.

One of the main goals of the World Science Forum, a biennial Hungarian initiative since 2003, is to provide scientifically sound answers to the global challenges facing humanity.

The Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) has been the focal point of Hungarian science since its foundation in 1825. Its headquarters was built in the 1860s as a symbol of scientific excellence.

Centrum Production provides a flexible and up-to-date, reliable and dynamic backdrop for professional visual work using the latest technological innovations be it film projection, VJ, installations, staging, 3D building projections, light painting or film projections, producing or documenting video cut and post-production, 2D and 3D animations.

The World Science Forum series was inspired by the success of the prestigious meeting “World Conference on Science for the 21st Century: a New Commitment”, held between June, 26. to July, 1.1999 in Budapest, Hungary and convened by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the International Council for Science (ICSU), in co-operation with other partners.

Driven by the need for a forum for discussion between the scientific community and society, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) in partnership with UNESCO, ICSU and AAAS established a series of follow-up events called World Science Forum, taking place biennially in Budapest.

The success of World Science Forum proves that the  original idea and intention behind this initiative is becoming a reality. Scientists, politicians, decision-makers and representatives of civil society conducted fruitful dialogue on burning issues affecting the scientific world and society simultaneously, and summed up the common tasks ahead of us.

Producers: World Science Forum Budapest, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Upon Centrum Production press release.

Update Aggie Reiter

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