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We kindly inform our audience that the premiere of Philip Glass: Les Enfants Terribles (The Holy Terrors) has been rescheduled from 30 October to 21 November, 7pm. The world premiere of János Vajda: The Imaginary Invalid, or, The Cabal of Hypocrites has also been rescheduled from 24 October to 30 October, 8 pm. The tickets already purchased are valid for the new dates, or may be redeemed at festival’s website until the performances begin.

The premiere of Julian Philips: The Yellow Sofa has been rescheduled from 18 October to 5 November, 7 pm. The tickets already purchased are valid for the performance on 5 November, or may be redeemed at festival’s website until the performance begins.

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Barabási Lab: Hidden Patterns

Barabási Lab: Hidden Patterns

10th October, 2020
10.00 am

Ludwig Museum – Contemporary Art Museum
Curator:
József Készman
Sponsors:
Magyar Telekom Group

Partners: Barabási Lab – Center for Complex Research, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest, ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe

This exhibition of the CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival is jointly presented by Müpa Budapest and Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art.

 

Ticket sale at the venue, for more information visit the website of the venue.

Ludwig Museum – Contemporary Art Museum

Komor Marcell utca 1.
+36 1 555 3444

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Fake news. The distribution of a piece of false information on Twitter during the 2016 US presidential election, 2018, data visualization

Barabási Lab: Hidden Patterns

The language of network thinking

The exhibition Hidden Patterns revolves around presenting the last 25 years of network research that can be largely related to the activities of physicist and network researcher Albert-László Barabási. By following the development of network visualization – and presenting the main projects of Barabási research lab – it gives insight into the various fields of application and specific cases of this method.
Barabási’s research focuses on the search for the mostly invisible connections between things and phenomena, the exploration of repetitive patterns that connect nature, society, language and culture.
One of the novelties of the exhibition is the presentation of the Hungarian network as part of the Global Art Network, which shows the complex relations between artists and institutions.

The exhibition is on view between 10 October and 17 January.

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