Miss Magnetiq. Episode 2: Miss Mıknatıs = Miss Magneetti

Sat, 27. Sep­tem­ber 2014
Linz

Linz is diver­se. Peop­le with near­ly 150 dif­fe­rent nati­ons are living here, signi­fi­cant­ly more than 100 lan­guages are spo­ken.

MISS MAGNETIQ uses the con­nec­ting powers of magne­tism for an inter­cul­tu­ral inter­ven­ti­on. The magne­tic force of attrac­ting unli­kely magne­tic poles are used to con­nect origins of lan­guage. In a pos­ter series MISS MAGNETIQ is sho­wing, how s_he can be the lin­king ele­ment bet­ween two dif­fe­rent lan­guages.

And to make up some of the dama­ge which has alrea­dy been done by MISS MAGNETIQ in Linz (take a look at the first part of the first epi­so­de under http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddZGIBdcMZ8), s_he will be per­forming live at the “Day of Lan­guages” on Satur­day, Sep­tem­ber 27th on the Land­stra­ße in Linz. While her_his com­pa­n­ions Nickel, Kobalt and Man­gan will mix spe­cial cock­tails like the Cris­py Robin or the red Lakritz and try to learn the magne­tic lan­guage to the pas­sers-by, MISS MAGNETIQ will appe­ar for an auto­graph ses­si­on.

More infor­ma­ti­ons on the “Day of Lan­guages” under http://www.linz.at/soziales/75377.asp

(Pho­tos: Micha­el Wirt­hig)

Spe­cial thanks to supermagnete.at and Inte­gra­ti­ons­bü­ro der Stadt Linz