Sounding Lifeworld
Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture (FI)

Sounding Lifeworld explores what is possible when artificial intelligence method with deep learning model applied to a musical instrument and communicates with the musicians within a flow that is tailored to the variance and diversities of the new sounding lifeworld. It is as if Özcan and Tahiroğlu is thrown into the space of musical universe with continuously transforming cluster of sounds, facing with the challenge of forming a new transitional relationship between each other and the AI-terity.

Time, Space, Me, Us.
University of Nova Gorica School of Arts (SI)

"And I ran like crazy until I reached the edge the next day towards evening. We called this line that separated the known from the unknown the ‘edge of the world’." How far do the boundaries of our community go, how far does ‘me’ extend to and until where does a ‘we’ expand?

Ballet Metanique
Korea National University of Art | K-ARTS (KR), Pohang University of Science and Technology (KR)

K-ART presents an on-site VR immersive performance collaborated with Pohang University of Science and Technology, Ballet Metanique is a reimagination of Ballet with the social and technical apparatus of Metaverse in the age of global warming.

Human Touch
Korea National University of Arts | K-ARTS (KR)

Human Touch is an attitude facilitating humans to coexist with ecology and technology. It refers to a way of thinking whereby we can coexist with non-human beings, which previously were dependent on humans. In this regard, K-ARTS will present various immersive performances, NFT showcases, and lecture series.

Different Bodies, Different Myths
London College of Communication, University of the Arts London (UK)

What are the myths told about our world, ourselves, our bodies, other bodies? What are the myths we tell about the past, and how do they influence the new myths about the future? 22 new works of interaction design explore these questions and others to present new ideas about the possibilities of life, and how other lives are possible.

Nature of Prototyping
College of Arts, National Tsing Hua University (TW)

In the face of the growing problems of the Earth resulting from intensification of human life and its implications, technology is often seen as an opportunity that would help order this chaos of overproduction. The Nature of Prototyping provides not solutions but reflections, and the development of technology serves to know others better.

Interverse of Things
Yasuaki Kakehi Lab, The University of Tokyo (JP)

This exhibition will feature three works that incorporate phenomena that cannot always be precisely controlled into the work and reveal narratives within each change. Rather than dismissing the uncontrollable as noise or coincidence, we will explore technology to create new values by utilizing the characteristics of these things that behave under their own mechanisms and principles.

Ville Radieuse
Musrara the Naggar School of Art and Society (IL)

In recent years Amir Meir has been researching the seam between the visible and the audible using the “Dudon,” a musical instrument that turns light and visible shapes into sound. The “Dudon” is an analog light synthesizer that translates changes in light exposure into sound.

MAG (Media Art Globale), Festival by Connected Art Platform, Mona Liem (ID)

The exhibition of SPICETOPIA expresses the relationship and journey between humans, earth, technology and spice as symbols of health and nourishment and explores technology as a transformative tool for artists, researchers & academics.

Desktop movies and other uncanny stories
The ArTeC Graduate School of Research (FR)

For the Ars Electronica Festival 2022 Campus exhibition, ArTeC Graduate School of Research selected four films by artists and researchers from Paris 8 University for an ongoing post-cinema screening that questions the evolution of communication systems analyzing daily landscapes on, with and through our screens.