The NeuroRight Arcades

Roel Heremans und sein Team entwerfen fünf interaktive Installationen, um jedes NeuroRight für die Teilnehmer*innen greifbar zu machen. Sie möchten, dass man sich mit offenen Fragen über die Zukunft unserer “NeuroRechte” in einer Welt beschäftigt, in der BCIs allgegenwärtig sind.

Re-Writing the Script Workshop
Denise Hirtenfelder (AT)

The end is a frightening phenomenon for humankind, but our relationship to it has changed. The global North lives in a society of endless opportunities, yet we are stuck in a culture of impermance. The workshop "Re-Writing the Script - A New Relationship to Finitude" urges us to look back at our present as if it was already history.

Dataspace: Global impacts of the Russian war on Ukraine
Nikkei Innovation Lab (JP), Ars Electronica Futurelab (AT)

Dataspace proposes a "newspaper of the future": Here, the Ars Electronica Futurelab and financial newspaper Nikkei's Innovation Lab demonstrate, how art and journalism can help to listen carefully to facts and think deeply rather than just consuming and reacting to news.

Space Ink Experience Workshop
Wacom Co., Ltd., Ars Electronica Futurelab (AT)

In the Space Ink workshop, visitors can draw with light: Using Wacom pens and tablets, you control luminescent drones to draw in three-dimensional space via the Ars Electronica Futurelab's operating system SwarmOS.

Bio Ink Experience Workshop
Wacom Co., Ltd., Yoko Shimizu (JP)

In the Bio Ink workshop, visitors draw and write with microorganisms: living ink! The data from Wacom pens and tablets is digitally extracted while the artworks morph into beautiful patterns in a new ecosystem of creativity.

Revivification Workshop
Nathan Thompson (AU), Guy Ben-Ary (AU), Yoko Shimizu (JP)

In-Vitro Intelligence (IVI) suggests an intelligent, bioengineered system harbouring living neural networks that function as brains outside of the body. The workshop hosts believe it is inevitable that IVI driven entities will grow more sophisticated and find widespread use in, for instance, their IVI driven “Surrogate Performers”.

Futurelab Guided Tour
Ars Electronca Futurelab Researcher/Artist

Die Mitglieder des Ars Electronica Futurelab laden zu einem Rundgang durch ihre Visionen und Ideen für die Zukunft ein. Von Biotechnologie bis Origami-Robotik, von kreativer künstlicher Intelligenz bis zur brandneuen Ausstellung über Life Ink: Die Forscher* innen und Künstler*innen des Labors gewähren Ihnen einen Blick in die Blackbox verschiedener Technologien und die möglichen Auswirkungen auf unser Leben heute und in Zukunft.

Mobility of the Future Workshop
Supersense x BMW Experience Lab Project, Bernhard Böhm (AT), Ars Electronica Futurelab (AT)

The focus is on the question of mobility experiences on planet B. On September 8 and 9, visitors are invited to the workshop "Mobility of the Future" with sociologist Bernhard Böhm (AT) to exchange ideas and develop visions.

Humanity of the Future
Hideaki Ogawa (JP/AT), Guy Ben-Ary (AU), Kasia Chmielinski (US), Hiroshi Ishiguro (JP), Akane Kikuchi (JP), Martina Mara (AT), Sarah Newman (US), Nathan John Thompson (AU)

Observing the possibilities presented by life science, brain science, artificial intelligence, artificial life, and robotics, we can see the essence of our sense of life and hints of a new humanity. In this century and the next, what kind of technosphere will we live in?

Media of the Future
Nicolas Naveau (FR/AT), Rashin Fahandej (US/IR), Sarah Kriesche (AT), Oishi Nobuyuki (JP), Joanna Wright (GB), Takeshi Yamada (JP)

In this age of visual information inundated with text and images, what are new methods and media for thinking deeply about facts and issues rather than simply consuming and reacting to news? The "Media of the Future" session will focus on Artistic Journalism.