Video art created for the exhibition ‘Balkanization’ – Vienna, Friday Exit, April 2016.
Image source: Hyperloop Transport Technologies
Hypertropy of the periphery? Plans to build hyperloop between Bratislava, Vienna and Budapest. Will it lead under Fico’s fence?
A journey from Bratislava to Budapest via Vienna can currently take up to five hours by train. But according to the firm, that journey could be cut to just 18 minutes if and when the system is fully operational.
Slovakia is a technological leader in the automotive, material science and energy industries – many of the areas that are integral to the Hyperloop system. (…)Having a European Hyperloop presence will incentivise collaboration and innovation within Slovakia and throughout Europe
Dirk Ahlborn, Hyperloop’s chief executive
a short reader on this topic:
*well, good luck to everybody who’s going from Bratislava to Budapest via Vienna…
An article/research by Peter Payer about guest workers’ route to Austria from the south and about expansion of the border crossing for the multi-track clearance. (in German)
The latest episode the Austrian TV-crimi series Tatort is dealing with murder of an Austrian citizen on Czechoslovak border in the 1960s, based on a true story – and tracing out unexpected connections…
(video and description in German)