Camera rolling! Ars Electronica Futurelab’s Deep Virtual video production system merges physical and virtual reality to live-stream VR from Deep Space 8K.
How do origami and robotics create music? The Ars Electronica Futurelab’s new video presents the world of oribotic instruments.
To kick off the new year, the Ars Electronica Futurelab is giving very special futurologists a chance to have their say.
Exhibition, workshops, performances and the question of the future: This is how the Ars Electronica Futurelab celebrated its anniversary on the “Futurelab Day” 2021.
Accordion Noise and Visual Performance 11°22’4”142°35’5” took us down to the deepest point of the Mariana Trench as part of the Ars Electronica Futurelab’s Night Performances in Deep Space 8K.
Just recently, Joe Davis and Sarah Khan stored 2,417 quintillion angels on the head of a pin. Reason enough to talk to the BioArt pioneer about the connection between art and science.
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.
An acoustic, visual and digital interpretation of Javier Alvarez’s “Temazcal” for maracas by percussion artist Elliott Gaston-Ross to live visuals by Florian Berger.
With his large-scale visualizations and animations, media artist Refik Anadol brings incomprehensible numbers and measurement data to life and returns them to the physical world.
There have been many attempts to express music in words. But what happens when you transform a sequence of letters into music with the help of Artificial Intelligence?
Halsey Burgundy and Francesca Panetta discovered the prepared speech for U.S. President Nixon in the archives and recreated it in a deceptively realistic way.
The powerful tool “artificial intelligence” is increasingly finding its way into media art. Three artists talk about how they use AI and where they see their role as artists.
How can a global communication tool like the Internet help to mobilize even more people to act together against climate change?
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.
For five days, the Ars Electronica Festival once again pitched its tents in Linz – with numerous inspiring exhibitions, performances and workshops in tow.
The last day of the festival is underway, and it’s a busy one. Art Thinking Day once again shines the spotlight on the artists, especially the Prix Ars Electronica winners.
Anyone who wanted to combine a Sunday stroll with a good dose of inspiration was in good hands on the last day of the Ars Electronica Festival 2021 in Kepler’s Gardens.
Anthropocene, data capitalism and big tech monopolies – only a few years back and the terms would have been either completely unknown or at least neglectable. Now, in the midst of the digital transformation, they are omnipresent and have given birth to the term “digital humanism”.
Meeting friends outdoors, strolling through the festival together. This touch of normality has been missing for a long time.
A foray through the online offerings of the Ars Electronica Festival 2021, which this time will take place as a dual event.
Climate justice, sustainable digitization, solidarity and care, low-carbon design and education – all important ingredients for a new approach to the challenges of our time.
Broadening one’s mind – in many directions. The Ars Electronica Festival is more than “just” entertainment.
Thursday is all about innovation – in a whole series of panels, talks and symposia, experts from art, science and business meet and think ahead. At the same time, the exhibitions will present works that illustrate innovation in the 21st century.
The exhibition program of the Ars Electronica Festival 2021 is colorful, as a brief video tour of Linz once again proves.
The gates to Kepler’s Gardens in Linz are open, until September 12, 2021. Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen took a first look.
“A New Digital Deal” has chosen “Education Day” as its motto for Wednesday – on World Literacy Day. In order to bring about change, we need the ability to act – and in order to acquire this ability, we need above all education, both in and out of school.
Kepler’s Gardens open their doors from September 9 to 12 – we’ve already had a look around.