OPENING PARTY: SCIENCE:CINEMA
There’s free entrance and a beer from To Øl when we open our SCIENCE:CINEMA with a bang in the National Museum’s beautiful hall. The special exhibition ‘Ka-ching!’ will be open until 22:00, and after this Veto frontman Troels Abrahamsen will be ready to give you a unique concert experience.
CPH:DOX is moving into the National Museum for three days, and it’s time to celebrate! We’re opening the doors to the National Museum’s beautiful hall on Friday 17 March at 9pm and offering a free beer from our friends at Two Beers. The ‘Ka-ching!’ special exhibition on money and economics will be open until 10pm, after which Veto frontman Troels Abrahamsen will be on hand to give you a truly unique concert experience. The concert, supported by Netcompany, is a premiere of the music work ‘Present Company’, which explores machine learning and artificial intelligence, exploring new possibilities for collaboration between humans and technology in music creation. The work was created by Troels Abrahamsen and will be performed on the evening together with a Norwegian drummer Siv Øyunn. After the concert, we’ll have DJs on hand to keep the party going until 2am. Admission is free all evening, but be sure to pick up a free ticket for the party here on the site. SCIENCE:CINEMA is developed and presented in collaboration with the Capital Region, the Novo Nordisk Foundation and the Engineering Association IDA. The concert with Troels Abrahamsen is supported by Netcompany.