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.
Foldable, affordable, self-sufficient and recycled – Chiara Croci shows at the Ars Electronica Futurelab how emergency shelters can be rethought.
Hacking weaponry as an act of resistance: Ars Electronica Futurelab resident Tom Bogaert examined the intersections of politics, art and propaganda.
The 50th anniversary of the Art University marks five decades of cultural progress in Linz. We talked to Rector Brigitte Hütter about the digitization of art.
FOUNDING LAB student Bart Kuipers had the chance to interview Chiaochi Chou (TW) and ask her about the work Synplant that she created together with Youyang Hu (CN) and Yasuaki Kakehi (JP).
The conferences held during the Ars Electronica Festival bring international personalities on stage to examine contemporary issues from a range of perspectives.
Get involved at the Ars Electronica Festival: Special experiences await visitors with the winning projects from the Futurelab Ideas Expedition.
Massive Binaries by Andy Gracie, winner of the Randa Art|Science residency, illustrates two different narratives of opposing spheres orbiting each other.
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.
This year’s Golden Nica in the category Artificial Intelligence & Life was awarded to Winnie Soon for their Unerasable Characters Series.
Yoko Shimizu presents her art in “Tides of Light”, including her work as an Ars Electronica Futurelab researcher.
For the third round of the ArtScience Residency Rainald Schumacher met artist Špela Petrič, the winner of the 2023 edition, for an interview.
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.
Can you dance uncontrollably to electronic music? And can you follow the rhythm after a while to bring yourself back under control? un ctrl knows!
International art and diversity are one of the many key aspects of the Ars Electronica Festival. A project that showcases these components in Linz is the 4th edition of the VH Award.
… or pink doves? The Ars Electronica Festival’s Kunstunicampus attempts to think the seemingly impossible, to vision the unthinkable. Above all, the aim is to enable images and metaphors that carry a creative power within them and inspire us to create our own picture of our world.
What characterizes a “Pioneer of Media Art”? Laurie Anderson connects art with technology and opens new musical paths with her inventions.
This year, for the first time, the Cyber Arts exhibition brings together the year’s best Prix Ars Electronica award-winning art projects in the KEPLER’S GARDENS on the campus of Johannes Kepler University Linz.
What rights do you have in the location of your residence? In his work, artist Irakli Sabekia deals with the spatial and social memory of people who have been forcefully displaced.
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”.
Gustav Klimt and Rebecca Merlic placed the image of the woman at the centre of their artistic work – an analysis.
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.
Analog music generates digital visualizations: Maki Namekawa, Cori O’Lan and Rubin Kodheli in a timeless night performance at Deep Space 8K.
With the Paintbrush painting drone, the Space Ink research project is opening a new chapter in the future of art.
Just recently, Joe Davis and Sarah Khan stored 2,417 quintillion angels on the head of a pin. Reason enough to talk to the BioArt pioneer about the connection between art and science.
A chemical reaction chamber allows researchers in the second phase of the Bio Ink experiment to interact with living artworks as they grow.
Ars Electronica Futurelab’s Bio Ink research combines cutting-edge digital technologies with biotechnology to explore nature, life on the planet and the microcosm of this world.
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.