What will later serve as an interface and platform for creative thinkers initiated by EOOS at the Marienstiege invites visitors to a sneak preview on approximately 600 square meters as part of the festival. Art, both analogue and digital, will be on display with science-based visionary and seemingly futuristic objects. In a sculpture, EOOS will interpret a battery of microbial fuel cells and enlighten us with a phosphorus donation. Behind it all is an innovation of the leading biorobotics expert Ioannis Ieropoulos, who makes use of the metabolism processes of bacteria to generate power. The artwork, developed and fired at the LAUFEN works in Gmunden, is from the Gmunden Ceramics Symposium, an artist-in-residence program founded by Kurt Ohnsorg in 1963.