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The Infinite Library at the Goethe-Institut

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ADRIAN WHITE

The Infinite Library’ is a new travelling installation that invites visitors to explore the future of libraries as interactive spaces that offer multisensory forms of storytelling. Using VR, holograms, 3D-printed objects, a QR code game and a series of audio-visual works, the Infinite Library seeks to share human stories, embedded within the narrative of the birth of our planet and the evolution of all life forms. Visitors can try different VR experiences to enter multiple realms, including the installation’s centre piece, which takes place in the visually striking ‘Main Cavern’. Here, visitors can avail of Oculus Quest 2 headsets to discover cosmic pools that highlight eight different stories about our planet’s evolution, beginning with its origin. Come along and experience The Infinite Library, be part of the narrative and share your participation on social media.

The Infinite Library will run at the Goethe-Institut in Dublin from Saturday, 23rd July until Friday, 29th July (closed on Sunday, 24th July). Admission is free of charge.

The Infinite Library was produced and created by the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi with ‘Daisy with Rider Productions’ and High Road Stories.

For more information, visit: www.goethe.de/ireland and Infinite Library (infinite-library.com)

What: The Infinite Library

When: From Saturday, 23rd July to Friday, 29th July 2022 (closed on Sunday, 24th July)

Time: 11am – 7pm (closed on Sunday, 24th July)

Venue: Goethe-Institut, 37 Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Admission: Free.

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