Get involved at the Ars Electronica Festival: Special experiences await visitors with the winning projects from the Futurelab Ideas Expedition.
Powerful visual experiences, inspiring lectures and impressive performances – we reveal the programme highlights in Deep Space 8K during the Ars Electronica Festival 2023.
NAWAREUM – Sustainability Museum and Multimedia room in the hotel DAS MORGEN
Experience spectacular gigapixel images from the Sistine Chapel of the Vatican Museums in Rome up close in the Deep Space 8K.
The Ars Electronica Futurelab invites all festival visitors: Innovative projects, unique performances and entirely new experiences are waiting for you.
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!
In cooperation with Ars Electronica, TAICCA supports Taiwanese artists that take a look into the future of art, society and technology with their work.
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.
It is our great pleasure to announce that once again this year, one of the world’s most famous works of art will embellish our Deep Space 8K screen during the Ars Electronica Festival: the Mona Lisa!
Diving into alien worlds, experiencing art and medicine in a completely new way: Research in Deep Space 8K opens up unique opportunities.
Whether individually or in large groups, with robots or in virtual worlds: The Deep Space 8K makes unique research possible.
Once in a lifetime, travel through space and see the earth from above. Seeing the human body from the inside for once and being present during a heart operation. Or once having the opportunity to look at Klimt’s “The Kiss” as close as if you were part of the painting.
Deep Space EVOLUTION marks the start of Ars Electronica’s next chapter when it comes to immersive visual worlds. But how did the story of the giant projection room in the Ars Electronica Center begin?