Open Studio: Hospital, Robots, Frankenstein

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Karl Zechenter and Sonja Prlic present their work on a new robot-frankenstein-hospital thriller

„Such were the professor‘s words, I will pioneer a new way, explore unknown
powers, and unfold to the world the deepest mysteries of creation.”

(Mary Shelley, Frankenstein)

In a world without people robots will stay behind. They will have operated, analysed and taken the temperature but finally roll through empty hallways in hospitals.
It was a beautiful liason: people broke, robots stitch them back together in hospitals. What happens, however, when there are no human beings left to be repaired? And: why shouldn't robots build a human being by themselves? gold extra researches this question with the robotic theatre play Frankenstein.

For the last Open Studio session before Christmas Sonja Prlic and Karl Zechenter present together with Walter Schacherbauer the work on their new ultimate hospital musical thriller.


You are welcome to join this eerily wonderful evening with empathetic machines, gothic horror and refreshing winter drinks.


Date: December 12, 7:30 pm, Künstlerhaus, workshop