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.
In the anniversary year of the University of Arts Linz, the Campus Exhibition once again invites visitors to reflect and admire many international contributions and original, contemporary as well as inspiring works.
With 5 interactive installations, Belgian artist Roel Heremans makes the ethical framework for innovation in our society playfully tangible.
Opening at the Ars Electronica Festival 2022: The brand-new Life Ink exhibition aims to explore the secrets of creativity.
Find out what we can learn from bacteria and why the future lies in collaborative resistance through the artists behind the project “Bi0film.net – Resist like Bacteria”.
Hardly any other technology currently leaves us as perplexed as artificial intelligence. The exhibition “Mission AI” at the Deutsches Museum Bonn now also conveys a deep understanding.
“It takes a village to create something special” and Holly Herndon and her team have succeeded in doing just that. In the interview, she presents her machine learning project in more detail, for which she has now received the European Commission’s STARTS Prize 2022.
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.
Impermanent Paintings in Deep Space 8K: Immerse yourself in audiovisual paintings created in collaboration with generative algorithms.
Innocence was a 2013 work by the Ars Electronica Futurelab dedicated to Linz’s childhood memories of the Passage shopping center.
An oversized computer keyboard as a climbing wall on the facade of the Linz Art University. That was the teleclimbing garden.
During the Ars Electronica Festival in 1996, the indoor pool of the Parkbad Linz transformed into a fluid interactive 3D space.
How do origami and robotics create music? The Ars Electronica Futurelab’s new video presents the world of oribotic instruments.
Matsudo International Science Art Festival 2021: How a Japanese city and its creative community cultivate the future.
City Puzzle by the Ars Electronica Futurelab was an interactive simulation environment that let you create virtual urban landscapes.
With the Paintbrush painting drone, the Space Ink research project is opening a new chapter in the future of art.
Gulliver’s World, the further development of Gulliver’s Box, was a multi-user mixed reality system developed by the Ars Electronica Futurelab.
Share your future visions with the world – “Memo Futurum” makes this happen until the end of the year. Only in 2046 they will be recalled.
Whether Christmas hurry or Advent lockdown, we have a suitable program for a contemplative pre-Christmas time: The Virtual Crib from St. Mary’s Cathedral in Linz.
The “School of the Future -OPEN STUDIO-” in Tokyo Midtown invites visitors to the spacious garden of Tokyo Midtown for a “Future Picnic” in the greenery to reunite the people of the metropolis with themselves and nature after a year of distance.
For the most recent digitization project, too, a Gothic tomb from the collegiate church of Wilhering, researchers of the Ars Electronica Futurelab successfully used the non-contact method of photogrammetry.
An extraordinary artwork, created in an extraordinary period. Nocturne brings the time of the Pandemic in the Deep Space 8K.
Exhibitions, presentations, performances, interventions, workshops and lab settings as well as a discursive platform: LOOPS OF WISDOM, the exhibition of the Linz University of Art and Design in the course of the Ars Electronica Festival, is actually much more than that.
How art can make complex structures tangible
With Oribokit™, a DIY kit for origami robots, Matthew Gardiner aims to collectively cross the boundaries between art and science towards the future.
How can we inspire people to actively design our common future?
To commemorate the pioneer of media art, we are showing an excerpt of the lecture he gave at the 2017 Ars Electronica Festival.
Imagine giving up everything: Your bed, your kitchen, your bathroom, your apartment. From now on you live, eat and sleep in public space. Rebecca Merlic has been awarded the Marianne.von.Willemer.2020 Prize for Digital Media for the artistic realization of this experiment.