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Spring exhibitions & events at EPFL Pavilions

EPFL Pavilions unveils a rich programme of exhibitions, events and activities for all publics that will take place this spring from March to June, in collaboration with several EPFL centres, associations and laboratories. In parallel, the Cyber Physical exhibition is on view at Pavilion B until 16 June.

  • 13.3 | Event

FIFDH: special screening at EPFL

The Ingénieur·es du monde association, EPFL Pavilions and the FIFDH (Geneva International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights) invite you to a special screening of the film Total Trust on the EPFL campus on Wednesday 13 March. A captivating documentary thriller, the film by director Jialing Zhang plunges us into a futuristic world where new technologies and artificial intelligence have become omnipresent. The screening will be followed by a debate on these issues in the presence of invited specialists.

  • 21.–31.3 | Exhibition

Artificial Architecture: Machines and Dystopian Dreams

Artificial Architecture is an exhibition that invites the public to take a critical look at the future of artificial architecture. Through immersive projections and 3D prints, it presents five years of research carried out at the EPFL Media and Design Laboratory on the fusion between architecture and artificial intelligence, highlighting the potential and impact of this technology in this field.

  • 23.3 | Event

Discovery Day – Events & activities for the general public

As part of the Cyber Physical exhibition, EPFL Pavilions presents a special day of activities for all publics on Saturday 23 March. Through guided tours, children's workshops, performances and encounters organised in partnership with various EPFL laboratories and associations, this will be an opportunity to explore the many facets of this captivating and immersive exhibition, at the intersection of real and virtual spaces.

  • Saturday 23 March, 11 am—6 pm, Free Entry
    Pavilions A & B
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  • 29.3.–13.4 | Event

PâKOMUZé: Workshops & guided tours for families

For the first time this year, EPFL Pavilions is taking part in the PâKOMUZé event alongside the main museums and cultural institutions in the canton of Vaud! During the two weeks of the Easter holidays, families will be able to discover the Cyber Physical exhibition during guided tours specially designed for them, and then take part in a 3D image workshop for children.

  • On 29–30 March, 2–6 April and 9–13 April, 2:30—4 pm, Free Entry upon registration
    Pavilion B
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  • 4.–14.4| Exhibition

WARPED: Encor Studio invited by Artiphys

As part of its 32nd edition, Artiphys Festival invites Encor Studio to present several installations in the Pavilion A of EPFL Pavilions. Dedicated to artistic experimentation through audiovisual experiences, the Swiss collective creates innovative works whose essence alters and stimulates the public's perception.

  • 3.5.–14.7 | Exhibition

Digital Dilemmas: Humanitarian Consequences

Presented by the EPFL EssentialTech Centre and the ICRC in partnership with the EPFL Center for Digital Trust (C4DT) and EPFL Pavilions, the exhibition Digital Dilemmas: Humanitarian Consequences sheds light on the many digital risks faced by civilians and humanitarian aid workers in conflict zones. Issues of internet access, data security and location protection constitute unprecedented dangers for these vulnerable people and organisations. Digital Dilemmas confronts the public with these problematics and dilemmas to highlight the vital importance of digital security in the context of humanitarian aid.

  • 30.–31.5 + 1.6 | Event

Open Air Cinema + GIFF XR Roadshow

On 30, 31 May and 1 June, enjoy three free evenings of Open Air Cinema on the EPFL campus! Programmed in partnership with Ciné-club UNIL for the first night and GIFF (Geneva International Film Festival) for the two following, the three evenings will reflect the theme of the Cyber Physical exhibition, that merges physical and virtual spaces through anaglyphic 3D. In parallel, GIFF's XR Roadshow caravan will offer visitors the chance to discover immersive VR works that extend the boundaries of audiovisual creativity.

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