25 students and 21 fellows are currently testing jointly developed visions for the university of the future in Linz. The focus is on interdisciplinary and project-based work.
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.
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.
Apply by Nov. 6, 2023, for ESA’s CanSat can satellite competition and get started on a fascinating space project this school year
The conferences held during the Ars Electronica Festival bring international personalities on stage to examine contemporary issues from a range of perspectives.
A public experimentation space for society and forward-looking policy: the new project of Futurelab Co-Director Hideaki Ogawa.
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.
In an era when the concept of friendship may need to be reinterpreted, the NEXTCOMIC Festival with “Meet me Meta” brings relationships to digital life.
Cyber tools against environmental crimes: For those who love the truth, we make digital investigation methods available at Citizen Science Days.
50 years after “The Limits to Growth” Club of Rome with “Earth4All” warns about the consequences of social inequality for our planet: A Survival Guide for Humanity
As part of the Festival University 2022, the International Environmental and Climate Court was created – a place for information, storytelling and discussion.
BMW, Supersense and Ars Electronica Futurelab focused on the automobile in the midst of the climate and energy crisis.
How can creativity and art help society face crises in a resilient way? The Ars Electronica Futurelab is looking for answers.
With workshops, discussions, guided tours and spectacular experiences, we want to shape the future together on September 8!
From climate change to microbiology and artificial intelligence: the most experimental ideas from the Ars Electronica Futurelab will once again be presented at this year’s festival.
With literally red-hot topics, young visions and a public simulative trial, Festival University wants to take a step towards the future again this year.
Drones merging to a digital canvas or painting with light: An Ars Electronica Futurelab workshop showcased the art of swarm robotics.
“Action!” The Ars Electronica Futurelab’s team shares its insights on the new video production system Deep Virtual.
Matsudo International Science Art Festival 2021: How a Japanese city and its creative community cultivate the future.
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.
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.
Co-creating artworks together with microscopic organisms has an impact on how we perceive the world, the way we live, and what it means to be alive.
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.
Embedded in a technical, symbolic and metaphysical universe, the audiovisual performance [ˈdaːzaɪn] by media artists Arno Deutschbauer and Micha Elias Pichlkastner alias “Sective” immersed the packed Deep Space 8K in a reloaded atmosphere.
On its anniversary on September 9, the Ars Electronica Futurelab celebrated the lab’s visionaries. With talks and discussions, guided tours and performances – and lots of new ideas for the future.
Our world is in flux and no one knows exactly where it’s headed. But one thing is certain: In times like these, with the future coming at us at top speed, what we really need are good ideas.
The DNA of the Ars Electronica Futurelab in the eighth and final episode of the 25th Anniversary Series