The quick card game Bridge 2040 by the Ars Electronica Futurelab serves as a playful approach for future discourse between young and old.
Following international success: Upper Austrian Prize for Innovation goes to “Cinematic Virtual Anatomy” by Ars Electronica Futurelab, JKU and Siemens Healthineers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Experts from around the world met in Linz to agree on the Golden Nicas of the Prix Ars Electronica 2023.
We talked in more detail with Matthias Schoiswohl-Szwajor, who together with his school class won an award and 5,000 euros for the interdisciplinary concept “Schnittstelle Werken”.
A new category, a new prize and a legacy begun in 1987: the Prix Ars Electronica is once again looking for exceptional media art.
For the third round of the ArtScience Residency Rainald Schumacher met artist Špela Petrič, the winner of the 2023 edition, for an interview.
Migration and displacement pose some of the biggest humanitarian challenges of our time. The winner of this year’s ArtScience Residency enabled by Art Collection Deutsche Telekom, Irakli Sabekia, addressed the issues of spatial justice in his project the “Archive of Spatial Knowledge”.
On the last day of the festival, the focus will be on art. But as always, there will also be a variety of exciting projects on contemporary topics such as climate change, robotics or crisis management waiting for you.
In the residency program “STEAM Imaging IV”, Turkish artist Zeynep Abes is tracing the secrets of memory.
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.
Contemporary Latin-American Art combined with technology: The CIFO-Ars Electronica Awards offer a new perspective on media art and tackling global challenges.
Ars Electronica Festival 2022: In a world where neuro-wearables and brain-computer interfaces will soon be ubiquitous, we should also talk about “NeuroRights.”
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.