Prix Forum: Interactive Art +
José-Carlos Mariategui (PE/GB), Cristhian Avila (PE), Jung Hsu (TW), Natalia Rivera (CO), Sam Lavigne (US), Tega Brain (AU)

Das Prix Forum - Interactive Art + ist eine offene Diskussion zwischen den drei Preisträgern des Prix Ars Electronica 2022 und einem Jurymitglied.

Prix Forum: Computer Animation
Isabelle Avers (FR), Marc Héricher (FR), Rashaad Newsome (US), Yoriko Mizushiri (JP)

Das Prix Forum - Computeranimation ist eine offene Diskussion zwischen den drei besten Gewinnern des Prix Ars Electronica 2022 und einem Jurymitglied. Rashaad Newsome (Goldene Nica/ Being), Marc Héricher (Award of Distinction/ Absence) und Yoriko Mizushiri (Awards of Distincion/ Anxious Body) werden auf dem Podium sitzen, während Jurorin Isabelle Arvers die Sitzung leitet.

Expanded Animation Symposium
Hagenberg Campus of the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (AT)

Das Expanded Animation Symposium, das vom Campus Hagenberg der Fachhochschule Oberösterreich veranstaltet wird, beschäftigt sich mit dem weiten und sich ständig weiterentwickelnden Feld der Animation und ihren unzähligen Verbindungen zu anderen Disziplinen.

Franz Fischnaller (IT)

Exploring How Nature Makes Fiction Come Alive – 8K 3D Stereo Gigapixel immersive fruit art-based experience, gravitating around the invisible world of fruits. Visitors are virtually transferred “inside”.

Cooperative Aesthetics
Carlotta Borcherding (DE), Axel Bräuer (AT), Ariathney Coyne (AT), Joann Lee (KR), Katherine Romero (CO), Emilia Vogt (DE), Friederike Weber (DE)

The interactive artworks under the title „Cooperative Aesthetics“ were created at the Art University of Linz by students of Timebased and Interactive Media Arts and Interface Culture under the supervision of Univ.-Prof. Gerhard Funk and Sen.Artist Holunder Heiß. Using the lasertracking system of the Ars Electronica Deep Space they enable visitors to have a collective, audiovisual, aesthetic experience.

un ctrl
Daniel Kohlmeigner (AT), Martin Retschitzegger (AT), Cat Jimenez (AT) 

un ctrl is an intertwining performance between a musician, a dancer and a visual artist.

Ars Electronica ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2022

After two very challenging years, the Ars Electronica Animation Festival returns to its physical space. The screening programs and presentations will be shown at the JKU Campus and the Ars Electronica Center Deep Space 8K. The Expanded Animation Symposium and the Synaesthetic Syntax conference, organized with the UCA since 2020, will take place at the Ars Electronica Center.

Ars Electronica Animation Festival: Being
Rashaad Newsome (US)

Being (2022) is a nonbinary, non-race AI created by combining animation game engines, scripted responses, generative grammars and unique machine-learning models.