Interactive installations, film experiments, visual & sonic arts, applications for Deep Space 8K and performances: TIME OUT .12 opens on WED 11/22/2023 with young media art from Linz.
Two years late, TIME OUT is entering its next round. Students from the Linz Art University’s “Time-Based and Interactive Media Arts” program are showing selected works at the Ars Electronica Center.
When Professor Gerhard Funk and his students are increasingly to be found in the Ars Electronica Center instead of at the Art University of Linz, it can only mean one thing: TIME OUT is making its way into the Museum of the Future again. The latest edition of the exhibition opens on November 15, 2018…
The 8th edition of TIME OUT, a showcase of outstanding work by undergrads in Linz Art University’s Time-based and Interactive Media program, is about to open at the Ars Electronica Center – on March 16, 2018. In this interview, we get a preview from program director Gerhard Funk.
TIME OUT .07, the seventh in this ongoing series of exhibitions, is now running at the Ars Electronica Center. TIME OUT is staged twice a year in cooperation with Linz Art University to showcase recent works of media art by students in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program. The Blog is spotlighting some of…
The TIME OUT .07 exhibition that opened last week is part of the series of installations staged twice a year jointly by Ars Electronica and Linz Art University. Recent media art projects by students in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program are on display in the Ars Electronica Center. The Blog is spotlighting the…
The 7th installment in the TIME OUT exhibition series opened on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. In cooperation with Linz Art University, the Ars Electronica Center is showcasing recent media art projects by students in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program. The Blog is spotlighting the participating students. In this installment, Lisa Bickel and Clemens…
The 7th installment in the TIME OUT exhibition series opens on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 6:30 PM. In cooperation with Linz Art University, the Ars Electronica Center is showcasing recent media art projects by students in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program. Sarah Hiebl and Marlene Reischl, two of the artists participating in…
Works by four undergrads in Linz Art University’s Time-based and Interactive Media program have been on display in the TIME OUT .05 exhibition at the Ars Electronica Center since March 16th. Two of the featured artists are Elisabeth Prast and Fabian Erblehner.
“TIME OUT”, this is the title of the new exhibition series at the Ars Electronica Center, which will open on THU January 30, 2014, 7 PM, and will present from now on selected and excellent works of the study course “Time-based and Interactive Media” at the University of Art and Design Linz.
APA/Der Standard In common parlance, Austrian citizens are no longer considered innocent until proven guilty as of April 1, when “the usual suspects” comes to mean: everybody. All telecommunications providers will then be obliged to store data having to do with their customers’ calls and maintain them for six months. This will enable authorities to…
Elaborate digital reconstruction for an immersive experience: The Ars Electronica Futurelab revived “Faust” from 90 years ago for the Salzburg Festival.
As last year, State of the ART(ist) 2023, now with a broader focus, aims to provide visibility to artists in precarious situations.
“School and Space 2023” symposium: The fascination for the infinite depth of space inspires young and old for science and technology.
For the third round of the ArtScience Residency Rainald Schumacher met artist Špela Petrič, the winner of the 2023 edition, for an interview.
The bachelor’s program “Time-based and Interactive Media Arts” at the Linz University of the Arts lets young artists develop their own interactive program for Deep Space 8K.
In this interview, Gerfried Stocker explains why it takes more than virtual meetings to get people talking and how the Ars Electronica Festival is trying to become sustainable and resource-conserving.
From the hopelessness of the climate crisis to the thinking space of art – in this conversation with Gerfried Stocker, we take a closer look at the theme of the 2022 Ars Electronica Festival.
Meeting friends outdoors, strolling through the festival together. This touch of normality has been missing for a long time.
In 1987, the Prix Ars Electronica, one of the world’s most important competitions for media art, was launched. Every year at the Ars Electronica Festival, the best works can be admired in the CyberArts exhibition. This year, again.
We’re 36 days away from the start of the Ars Electronica Festival 2021. Preparations are in full swing, the festival team is in constant communication with partners, projects are being fleshed out, plans are being finalized.
In 2020, Wolfgang Fadi Dorninger receives the City of Linz’s Art Appreciation Award in the category of Media, Product and Communication Design and defy the event-free times with a performance on December 1 in the Ars Electronica Center’s Deep Space 8K that will be broadcast on Home Delivery. A different kind of awards ceremony.
Events in times of Corona are a much discussed topic – to which we also have something to contribute.
What does a museum visit to the Ars Electronica Center currently look like? Can I hold an event and if so, what are the conditions? We have all the information you need on how you can safely visit our program and events at the Ars Electronica Center.
On the Thursday of the festival, the Home Delivery Conference will be dedicated to the cultural aspects of digital space, presenting projects such as the first Minecraft University, the Museum of the Future and a dedicated domain for the art world. This is just one of the numerous thematic focuses in our wide range of…
As the saying goes: the best comes last! Our last Ars Electronica Festival Garden we would like to present to you on our blog is the continent of South America! Start a journey with us through the gardens of Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Chile!
Three members of the STARTS Prize 2020 jury, Mara Balestrini, Clara Blume and Domhnaill Hernon, talk in an interview about the influence of Covid-19 on this year’s jury process, the difference between design and art, recycling management and the usefulness of Excel lists.
What does sport have to do with the brain and what percentage of our brain do we really use? These and similar questions have been addressed by Dr. Manuela Macedonia for 10 years now in her lecture series “Brain for All” at the Ars Electronica Center. Today she’s celebrating her premiere at Ars Electronica Home…