Ars Electronica Garden Barcelona – ESPRONCEDA EXPO
Solimán López (ES), Mohsen Hazrati (IR), Mila Moleman (NL), Sammie de Vries (NL), Zalán Szakács (NL), Lucía Redondo Rubio (ES), Mathieu Preux (FR), Clea T. Waite (US), Jared Christopher Kelley (US), Max Orozco (US), Anirudhan Iyengar (AT), Dominic Schwab (DE), Helvijs Savickis (LV), Julia Obleitner (AT), Nuño de la Serna Vicente (ES/DE)

ESPRONCEDA - Institute of Art & Culture, following its mission of international cooperation and creation of innovation synergies, participates for the second consecutive year in Ars Electronica Gardens, with an exhibition proposal that is based on two concepts, first in the challenge of the Festival: exploring new formats accessible and interactive digital platforms that create inclusive participation in an entertaining and attractive way, and second in the vision of New European Bauhaus, an initiative of which Espronceda is an official partner and that wants to generate more artistic, sustainable and inclusive forms of coexistence.

Garden Aotearoa Exhibition
Garden Aotearoa (NZ)

The Garden Aotearoa Exhibition showcases over 20 projects from New Zealand’s artists, musicians, scientists and researchers in the form of prototypical installations, performances and talks.

Sonic Portals
Gleb Yakushev (RU), Maria Karpovich (RU), Olga Zubova (RU), Leonid Kurashov (RU), Aleksander Senko (RU), Ekaterina Volkova (RU), Ivan Kalashnik (RU), Lana Tarvolaria (RU), Simona (RU), Steve Rocket (RU), Eva Reicher (RU)

Sonic Portals is a speculative digital environment, a matrix that presents sonic possible worlds made by students of HSE University (Sound Art & Sound Studies Department). Portals, having several meanings, can be perceived as an architectural entrance, a web-based platform, connecting different sources, a passage to different worlds, getting more mythological.

Synthetic Corpo-Reality
Julie Walsh – US

A virtual exhibition curated by Julie Walsh – Finissage Immersed in the Mozzilla Hubs MEET space, the exhibition includes 12 digital artworks from international artists - Zhou Xiaohu, Miao Xiaochun, Martina Menegon, Claudia Hart, Tim Deussen and Manuel Zimmer, Sophie Kahn, Carla Gannis, Nancy Baker Cahill, Auriea Harvey, Rebecca Allen, Tamiko Thiel - which focus on the body as a vehicle to discuss a variety of themes: gender politics, personal data collection, search for identity.

Moving in VR!
Ariella Vidach - IT Claudio Prati - IT AIEP’s VR dance company – IT

Move in VR! is a performative workshop to propose to a group of 15 participants – from remote locations and through Oculus viewers - a virtual reality experience that will give them the opportunity to physically experience a new dimension, creating and dancing in a participatory choreography.