Knowing more together
The European Union Prize for Citizen Science recognizes the achievements of Citizen Science initiatives in Europe, but what exactly is being sought and why is Citizen Science so important? Find out more here!
Polychoros - Night Performances
Human and virtual dancer in a duet of self-realization: an expressive dance performance in Deep Space 8K.
\a.ni.i.la.sjɔ̃\ [annihilation] - Night Performances
When humans and industry threaten the planet: a dystopian performance as an immersive experience in Deep Space 8K.
SonoSynthesis - Night Performances
Humans, AI and microorganisms compose together: SonoSynthesis presents a hybrid future of art at its world premiere.
Man-Machine Music - Night Performances
How can we use AI as a creative resource in the future? An audiovisual interpretation of an AI composition invites reflection.
This is our Year in Review 2022
The year 2022 is coming to a close, and that means it's time once again to look back on the Ars Electronica Themes 2022.
Maki Namekawa with Life Ink - Night Performances
When creativity becomes visible: a unique performance of pianist Maki Namekawa, visualized live by her brain waves and body signals.
Society? That's us!
It's the third pillar of Ars Electronica, and we're all a part of it: In part three of our annual review, we'll tell you what the "Society" in our name stands for.
Room for artistic freedom
In the second part of our Year In Review, we turn our attention not only to art, but also to the exciting stories of the people behind it.
The energy changer
Citizen Science has many faces, Elias Silber is one of them: His commitment optimized the energy balance of Ars Electronica within a minimum of time.
That's why we are so fascinated by technology
We experiment, develop and tell stories with technology. The first part of Ars Electronica's 2022 Year in Review shows how.
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