create your world shows, as every year, thoughts and ideas of children and young adults and offers the opportunity to experience, experiment and research.
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 this guest article Juergen Hagler elaborates on the development of the animation category and talks about the theme of animation as an important part of the Ars Electronica Festival 2023.
This year’s Golden Nica in the category Artificial Intelligence & Life was awarded to Winnie Soon for their Unerasable Characters Series.
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.
Ryuichi Sakamoto died March 28 at the age of 71. The Japanese pianist, composer and pioneer of electronic music was the winner of the Prix Ars Electronica in 1997.
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.
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.
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.
The first day of the Ars Electronica Festival awaits you with exciting performances and lots of art, technology and new inspirations.
What characterizes a “Pioneer of Media Art”? Laurie Anderson connects art with technology and opens new musical paths with her inventions.
Find out what we can learn from bacteria and why the future lies in collaborative resistance through the artists behind the project “Bi0film.net – Resist like Bacteria”.
With the project “The Black Blanket”, Linz based artist Mary Mayrhofer artistically processes her depression and received the Golden Nica in the category “u19 – create your world” for it.
Once again, 20 experts from around the world met in Linz to agree on the Golden Nicas of the Prix Ars Electronica 2022
Teachers and students can now submit for the “Klasse! Lernen.” education award. Project manager Veronika Krenn explains how it works.
In 1990 the time was ripe to take the next evolutionary step in the development of Prix Ars Electronica by adding a new category for “Interactive Art”.
The Prix Ars Electronica kicks off the New Year! For the 35th time in a row, the world’s most traditional media art competition is entering the next round.
What does a Greek goddess of victory have in common with the Prix Ars Electronica? More than you might think!
School at home, no meetings with friends, long periods of being alone – the side effects of the pandemic, which is now in its second year, have hit the young generation especially hard in their important stages of life.
There are hardly any pictures from that time. It has been over 40 years since Khmer Rouge supporters in Cambodia tried with full force to impose their ideology in the country, wiping out the lives of millions of people.