Exhibitions, Projects and Activities since 2004
Since 2004, Ars Electronica has worked together with partners in art and culture, science and education, commerce and industry to produce a diverse array of projects all over the world. The spectrum includes exhibitions and presentations, conferences and workshops, performances and interventions. What these collaborative activities have in common is the inspiration they derive from the ideas and visions of Ars Electronica’s worldwide network. Here you will find an overview of all Ars Electronica Export activities, sorted by year:
Prix Ars Electronica SELECTION
Takamatsu, Japan Prix Ars Electronica is the world’s most time-honored media arts competition since 1987. In Takamatsu Media Art Festival, Ars Electronica will show projects by three Golden Nica winners.
Gijòn, Spain The Lab-Exhibition MATERIA PRIMA presents outstanding work at the nexus of art and science but it is also a showcase for the notoriously curious and as such the whole exhibition space serves as an inspiring laboratory environment which in a literal way has a set of visitor labs as its central core. This hybrid form of presentation is a clear commitment to the didactic and inspirational potential of art and science.
Ars Electronica in the Knowledge Capital – ROBOTINITY (Vol. 4)
Osaka, Japan A mix of exhibition, lectures and workshops at the Knowledge Capital Osaka discussing the theme "ROBOTINITY - what it means to resemble a robot".
INTERPLAY - Singapore 2015
Singapore Ars Electronica is making its second guest appearance at Science Centre Singapore. The successful debut was a large-scale exhibition in 2007. Now, eight years later, the follow-up entitled “INTERPLAY – Ars Electronica Linz Meets Science Centre Singapore” is more modest in scope, but this compact package delivers awesome content once again.
Ars Electronica in the Knowledge Capital – SIMPLICITY (Vol. 3)
Osaka, Japan A mix of exhibition, lectures and workshops at the Knowledge Capital Osaka discussing the theme "SIMPLICITY - the art of complexity".