The third chapter of the Fall Term is about machines from the past, present, and the future. The Fall Term is part of the FOUNDING LAB, which is a collaborative prototype of a new university.
The quick card game Bridge 2040 by the Ars Electronica Futurelab serves as a playful approach for future discourse between young and old.
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.
Following international success: Upper Austrian Prize for Innovation goes to “Cinematic Virtual Anatomy” by Ars Electronica Futurelab, JKU and Siemens Healthineers.
The second chapter of the Fall Term focused on data and coding. The Fall Term is part of the FOUNDING LAB, a collaborative prototype of a new university.
In the first chapter of the Fall Term, Fellows and students together address infrastructures of digital systems. The Fall Term is part of the FOUNDING LAB, a collaborative prototype of a new university.
In addition to participating as one of the selected 75 students in the FOUNDING LAB, Maria Kuzmina (IL) also facilitated a workshop within the frame of the Ars Electronica Festival 2023.
Cities can be planned on the computer, but they can also be heard, smelled, tasted and felt. In the best case, they are there for everyone.
What do artists like Picasso, da Vinci, Goya, Santos and the city of Venice have in common? – They are part of our Cultural Heritage program and can be admired during the Ars Electronica Festival.
Jointly shaping a sustainable and innovative future with art and technology – the European initiative The Next Renaissance seeks to offer thought-provoking ideas for this journey.
During the Ars Electronica Festival 2023, a special focus lies on Taiwanese art and its creators who look at internationally relevant topics from their life situation.
As last year, State of the ART(ist) 2023, now with a broader focus, aims to provide visibility to artists in precarious situations.
create your world shows, as every year, thoughts and ideas of children and young adults and offers the opportunity to experience, experiment and research.
The Transformation Lounge offers a space for discussion and introduces innovative approaches of companies to tackle global challenges and move forward to a more sustainable future.
With the 5th VH AWARD, futuristic film projects by Asian media artists will once again come to Linz in 2023 and can be experienced during the Ars Electronica Festival.
A fresh perspective on media art and on tackling global challenges will once again be brought to the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz in 2023 by artists from Latin America.
Within the framework of the European Platform for Digital Humanism the Ars Electronica Festival 2023 will once again display works created in collaboration with partner organizations and realized with funding from the European Union.
One focus of the Ars Electronica Festival 2023 is the representation of Swiss artists who will be present in Linz in the form of innovative projects as well as in person.
Massive Binaries by Andy Gracie, winner of the Randa Art|Science residency, illustrates two different narratives of opposing spheres orbiting each other.
To find out how POSTCITY as a venue affects the exhibition concept of Prix Ars Electronica and S+T+ARTS, read on.
In 2023, the Golden Nica in the Prix Ars Electronica category New Animation Art went to South Korean artist Ayoung Kim for her project “Delivery Dancer’s Sphere”.
In Isala scientists and citizens join forces to study the vaginal microbiome and create a database that challenges the social and medical bias surrounding the female body and intimate self-care.
This year’s Digital Humanity Award winners are the grassroots organisation Masakhane, which specialises in bringing African languages closer to the technology industry.
“Pollinator Pathmaker” by Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg is this year’s winning project in the Artistic Exploration category of the STARTS Prize.
The Music Middle School Eggenburg wants to prepare its students for a technological future by using the latest technology.
Suhun Lee has been selected as the first curator in residence for the Curatorial Residency Program enabled by ARKO. In this guest article, she describes her personal impressions of the Prix Ars Electronica Jury Weekend.
The project “Verblassende Stimmen” encourages reflection on how to remember the voices of deceased people who were once close.
This year’s Golden Nica in the category “Digital Musics & Sound Art” goes to the collective Atractor + Semántica Productions, for their project A Tale of Two Seeds: Sound and Silence in Latin America’s Andean Plains.