At the heart of the World Wild Wald project is the Silva Observatory, an art and science observatory created by the audiovisual artist Marcus Maeder. The work combines scientific methods (sensory-environmental research, bioacoustics, and other elements) and aesthetic approaches.
The installation works with actual data collected by a measuring station about the forest, which is then transformed into a virtual forest in the installation. By spatially and temporally compressing the recorded data, images, and sounds, the forest ecosystem can be perceived in ways that would not be possible outside, and also address what the forest would be like entirely without humans. The exhibition is open from 20 April to 16 May during the entire opening hours of the Vlastivědné muzeum v Olomouci.
You can read more about the exhibition here