Circular Records for Circular Futures

Can records be made from biomaterials? Artists Kat Austen and Fara Peluso think so and will work on developing a low-carbon alternative to vinyl during their S+T+ARTS Residency.

Future in a Nutshell: Smart Textiles

As part of the lecture series "Future in a Nutshell" organized by Ars Electronica for Greiner Technology & Innovation, Michael Haller, Professor at the Interactive Media Department of the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria and founder and director of the Media Interaction Lab, talks about Imperceptible Textile Interfaces.

The first 3-D printed steel bridge

By building the world’s first 3-D printed metal bridge, MX3D and the Joris Laarman Lab have provided proof that the MX3D process they have jointly developed makes it possible to create metal objects and structures of any size that are aesthetically pleasing as well as intelligent. They were awarded the STARTS Prize of the European Commission. Gijs van der Velden explains in an interview how this was achieved.

RADICAL ATOMS: Rethinking Materials

A fresh update from the Tangible Media Group, an interdisciplinary research facility at MIT Media Lab in Cambridge MA, USA, is the latest attraction of the RADICAL ATOMS exhibition in the Ars Electronica Center. These three programmable materials are presented in this interview with Prof. Hiroshi Ishii, the director and founder of the lab.

STARTS Prize to "Artificial Skins and Bones"

The Artificial Skins and Bones project seminar conducted by Prof. Mika Satomi and Prof. Wolf Jeschonnek is one of this year’s two recipients of a STARTS Prize awarded by the European Commission. Here’s a briefing on the Berlin Weißensee School of Art and work being done there.

„Ceramic pour printing“ – a new method for 3D printing

The fifth edition of the TIME OUT exhibition opens at the Ars Electronica Center on Wednesday, March 16, 2016, 6:30 PM. This show staged in cooperation with Linz Art University showcases outstanding media art projects by undergrads in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program. One of the four students participating in TIME OUT .05 is Thomas Schwarz.