Creative changes of perspective are thematised in the fourth chapter of the Fall Term. The Fall Term is part of the FOUNDING LAB, a collaborative prototype of a new university.
The conferences held during the Ars Electronica Festival bring international personalities on stage to examine contemporary issues from a range of perspectives.
The Theme Exhibition of Ars Electronica 2023 invites you on a journey between truth, reality and shaping the future.
Exploitation and destruction as a mortgage for the next generations? “More-than-Planet” unites several festival projects that want to question and revolutionize the way we deal with nature.
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.
Artificial intelligence and ChatGPT are part of the question “Who owns the truth?” that this year’s Ars Electronica Festival is addressing.
This year, the Ars Electronica Festival is addressing questions about nature and the concept of ownership in addition to the question “Who owns the truth?”
What role does technology play in future life on this planet? To highlight Earth Day, Our Earth VR fuses 3D animation and sound to create a moving VR experience.
Cyber tools against environmental crimes: For those who love the truth, we make digital investigation methods available at Citizen Science Days.
It’s the third pillar of Ars Electronica, and we’re all a part of it: In part three of our annual review, we’ll tell you what the “Society” in our name stands for.
Finding new ideas for sustainable mobility, with AI and Boston Dynamics’ robot: A unique event in Japan included experts and families alike.
Immerse yourself in the Glockner.Luft.Raum by the Ars Electronica Futurelab: an experience in the new kärnten.museum.
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.
What does this war mean for each of us? A visualization of facts and figures explains the consequences of an invasion.
The Saturday of the festival awaits you with numerous inspirations for jointly taking steps towards a future in which we meet inevitable challenges as a global community.
Finding common ground through a new perspective? During the Ars Electronica Festival, a meeting zone of a different sort is created in the form of the treetop talks.
From energy, water and sanitation to the technical equipment and venue: for the next part of our Sustainability Series, we take a look at what it takes to host a festival as sustainably as possible.
How sustainably will you be able to eat at this year’s Ars Electronica Festival, and what happens to all the waste that’s created in the process? Martin Honzik CCO and Head of Festival/Prix/Exhibitions gives us an insight.
How can a festival that attracts thousands of people to Linz every year be sustainable? Christl Baur, Head of Ars Electronica Festival, confronts the many questions of mobility.
What does the melting of Antarctica have to do with the future of planet Earth? A lot – and that’s exactly why Giulia Foscari and UNLESS, in the work “Antarctic Resolution”, awarded the STARTS Prize 2022, have called for saving Antarctica and say: “Speak up for Antarctica now!”
With our new “Center Stories” format, we’re telling you what’s going on behind the scenes at the Ars Electronica Center. In the first story, we want to introduce you to our plant offspring and recall a past exhibition.
Cuba visits Linz: A delegation from the Cuban Computer Science Union finds inspiration in the Ars Electronica Futurelab’s unique concept.
In this interview, Gerfried Stocker explains why it takes more than virtual meetings to get people talking and how the Ars Electronica Festival is trying to become sustainable and resource-conserving.
From the hopelessness of the climate crisis to the thinking space of art – in this conversation with Gerfried Stocker, we take a closer look at the theme of the 2022 Ars Electronica Festival.
What is Julie Andrews doing in the Aral Sea with VR goggles? Gerfried Stocker, Artistic Director of Ars Electronica, explains the thoughts behind the festival subject “Welcome to Planet B” and tells us how the image was created.