Foldable, affordable, self-sufficient and recycled – Chiara Croci shows at the Ars Electronica Futurelab how emergency shelters can be rethought.
Hacking weaponry as an act of resistance: Ars Electronica Futurelab resident Tom Bogaert examined the intersections of politics, art and propaganda.
We look back to one more year of the ArtScience Residency that was made possible through the support of the Art Collection Deutsche Telekom.
Massive Binaries by Andy Gracie, winner of the Randa Art|Science residency, illustrates two different narratives of opposing spheres orbiting each other.
Animations – light – music: You decide how to use the Ars Electronica Center’s media façade as a public canvas!
For the third round of the ArtScience Residency Rainald Schumacher met artist Špela Petrič, the winner of the 2023 edition, for an interview.
Migration and displacement pose some of the biggest humanitarian challenges of our time. The winner of this year’s ArtScience Residency enabled by Art Collection Deutsche Telekom, Irakli Sabekia, addressed the issues of spatial justice in his project the “Archive of Spatial Knowledge”.
With 5 interactive installations, Belgian artist Roel Heremans makes the ethical framework for innovation in our society playfully tangible.
In the residency program “STEAM Imaging IV”, Turkish artist Zeynep Abes is tracing the secrets of memory.
Ars Electronica Festival 2022: In a world where neuro-wearables and brain-computer interfaces will soon be ubiquitous, we should also talk about “NeuroRights.”
What rights do you have in the location of your residence? In his work, artist Irakli Sabekia deals with the spatial and social memory of people who have been forcefully displaced.
We are convinced that we need art as a space where contradictions can be possible. But how do you deal with these contradictions in times of war? What influence does this have on curation and how does one implement the theme of political persecution in an Open Call?
A fascinating journey through the human body turns anatomy data into an immersive 3D experience in Ars Electronica Center.
Explore the space with the new version of “Uniview”, the amazing virtual planetarium program of Ars Electronica Center’s Deep Space 8K.
The exhibition “Creative Robotics” traced how industrial robots, outside their original use, became a medium of artistic and creative expression and a catalyst for the implementation of innovative ideas.
With a virtual piano concert in 3D, the new program in Deep Space 8K shows how humans and AI make music together.
The exhibition “The World in 100 Years” paid tribute to great thinkers and activists who were ahead of their time and worked for a vision of the future.
Impermanent Paintings in Deep Space 8K: Immerse yourself in audiovisual paintings created in collaboration with generative algorithms.
Gustav Klimt and Rebecca Merlic placed the image of the woman at the centre of their artistic work – an analysis.
Launching their own mini-satellite 500 metres towards space with a rocket and collecting scientific data – this was the fifth time that students in the CanSat competition had the opportunity to do so.
What lifestyle changes are you willing to make to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions? Challenge your choices!
On March 30, 2022, Deep Space EVOLUTION celebrated its premiere at the Ars Electronica Center. We have a few impressions for you.
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.
On the occasion of the 85th birthday of Philip Glass, one of the most important composers of our time, pianists Dennis Russell Davies and Maki Namekawa dedicated an extraordinary concert to his music.
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.
Global Warming and Human Responsibility: In this lecture, Hideaki Ogawa explores the role of art as a media of communication.
This is the question posed by participants in a new training program for cultural producers that provides insights into the way Ars Electronica works.