Future of Work and Leisure in Sustainable Economies
Shalini Randeria (US), Craig Calhoun (US), Andrea Vetter (DE)

This panel addresses the issues around the future of work and leisure under green capitalism in the global North and global South, and reflects on the role of universities and cultural institutions in these transitions to new patterns of labour and leisure. What contribution could new technologies make to affect or obstruct the kinds of changes you envisage?

Journey S+T+ARTS Exhibition
Karla Spiluttini (AT)

Karla Spiluttini (AT) presents the STARTS Prize projects of the year. The focus is on best-practice approaches to responsible innovation in the fields of ecology, artificial intelligence, digital property, policymaking, communication and media technologies.

GET.Inspired by Best Practice
Bradly Dunn Klerks (NL/BE), Arisa Kamada (JP), Christoph Pasching (AT), Fara Peluso (IT/DE), Jakob Lambert (AT), Marko Vivoda (SI), Yinan Liu (NZ), Michael John Gorman (IE)

Get.Inspired Talks highlight promising, practical projects in the field of tension between art, technology and science that pursue the central question "But How?" and describe ways out of the planetary crisis.

Residency. But How?
Christian Rauch (DE), Aimee Van Wynsberghe (CA), Irakli Sabekia (GE), Marjan Žitnik (HR), Robertina Šebjanič (SI)

Residency programs offer an opportunity for Artists or Scientists to swap their respective point of view – from working in an atelier to testing their skills in a laboratory context and vice versa – thus encouraging the exchange of ideas and building of new conceptiual models for problem solving.

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.

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.

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.

Morning Inspirations: Creative Resilience for a Planet B
Sigrid Bürstmayr (AT), Rashin Fahandej (US/IR), Adrian van Hooydonk (NL), Yuima Nakazato (JP), Jung Hsu (TW) & Natalia Rivera (CO), Marcus Neustetter (ZA), Tom Lamberty (DE)

In the Morning Inspirations Session, members of the Ars Electronica Futurelab, its partners and the artistic community will discuss “Creative Resilience for a Planet B” together with the audience: How can creativity, art and technology support society in the face of many crises? How can resilience be transformed from a personal responsibility into a social phenomenon?