Press Releases: Ars Electronica
Ars Electronica has been analyzing and commenting on the Digital Revolution since 1979. Our focus is always on current developments and possible future scenarios at the nexus of art, technology and society. The visions, ideas and projects that Ars Electronica advances in collaboration with artists, scientists, technologists, engineers, entrepreneurs and social activists from all over the world are innovative, radical and offbeat in the best sense of these terms. Ever since its inception, Ars Electronica has continually broadened the spectrum of its activities and thereby developed a comprehensive approach to dealing with techno-cultural phenomena that is unique in the world today. Ars Electronica is a culture venue, educational institution and research facility. It is based in Linz, Austria and has earned an international reputation.
Ars Electronica 2020 was a huge success
(Linz, 14.9.2020) It was very different. And it was a huge success. The first hybrid Ars Electronica in the era of Corona. As far as the online presence of the first truly hybrid Ars Electronica is concerned, the interim results are also very positive.
Ars Electronica and JKU invite you in Kepler's Garden
(Linz, 10.9.2020) This is Ars Electronica's first guest performance at Johannes Kepler University: On Friday, "Kepler's Garden" opens its doors and invites you to stroll around and all the the paths are lined with artistic works and scientific research projects.
Travel tips for Ars Electronica 2020
(Vienna, 2.9. 2020) In 2020, Ars Electronical will be staged in Linz and at 120 locations around the world. All programs are aimed at local audiences and will be linked by Ars Electronica to create a unique festival on the Net.
Markus Jandl follows Diethard Schwarzmair
(Linz, 31.8 2020) Ars Electronica's Commercial Director Diethard Schwarzmair retires and hands over to Markus Jandl, previously Head of Corporate Finance and authorized signatory of Ars Electronica Linz GmbH & Co KG.
Ars Electronica Home Delivery enters its second week
(Linz, 7.5.2020) Ars Electronica Home Delivery enters its second week and offers insights into the 2020 Prix Ars Electronica, explains the positive effects of movement on the brain and delights music enthusiasts with another live concert featuring Maki Namekawa and Dennis Russell Davies.
Ars Electronica Home Delivery kicks off Week 1
(Linz, 3.5.2020) The first week of Ars Electronica Home Delivery begins with a journey across the universe, using gigapixel imaging to guide us through the secrets of the Mona Lisa and fascinates us with etudes by Philip Glass at a concert by Dennis Russell Davies and Maki Namekawa.
Here comes Ars Electronica Home Delivery!
(Linz, 29.4.2020) Anyone who’d like to visit the Ars Electronica Center today rather than tomorrow can enjoy Ars Electronica's Home Delivery service.