Press Releases: Ars Electronica Festival
Festival for Art, Technology and Society. The Ars Electronica Festival takes place in Linz every September and brings together artists, creatives, representatives of science, research, technology and business from all over the world to present their work and their visions of the future. Since 1979, it has provided a stage for eclectic, fascinating and surprising creative works and a unique environment for intensive discussions and inspiring encounters.Ars Electronica Festival
Ars Electronica 2018 Tops Previous Record Set Last Year
(Linz, September 10, 2018) This evening’s concert by Maki Namekawa and Dennis Russell Davies concludes the 2018 Ars Electronica Festival, which sets a new record with 105,000+ visits.
TAKING CARE HEXAGRAM@AECAMPUS
(Linz, September6, 2018) Hexagram, the largest network for research and creation in media art, design, technology and digital culture in North America will host the 2018 Ars Electronica Campus Exhibition “Taking Care”.
OK | CYBERARTS: Prix Ars Electronica Exhibition
(Linz, September 6, 2018) The Prix Ars Electronica is one of the most important awards in the world for creativity and a pioneering spirit in the field of digital media.
Please Recharge: Interface Cultures student exhibition for Ars Electronica 2018
(Linz, September 5, 2018) We live in times of information overload and permanent availability. The convenience of being connected anywhere and anytime is ultimately not compatible with the physical and mental capacity of our bodies.
HIDDEN ALLIANCES: Elisabeth Schimana and the IMAfiction Series
(Linz, September 5, 2018) Where are all the women in electronic music? This question has been posed since the 1990s by Elisabeth Schimana, a music pioneer who’s the Featured Artist at this year’s Ars Electronica Festival September 6-10, 2018.
Local Heroes & Regional Contributions to Ars Electronica 2018
(Linz, 4.9.2018) Die Linzer Ars Electronica ist weltweit bekannt. Sie steht für den einmaligen Ansatz, Kunst, Technologie und Gesellschaft zusammenzudenken und dadurch neue Perspektiven auf zentrale Zukunftsfragen hervorzubringen.
Highlights of the 2018 Ars Electronica Festival
(Vienna/Linz, August 30, 2018) The 2018 Ars Electronica Festival will envelop downtown Linz in a creative maelstrom September 6-10.
The Future of Helping
(Linz, 2.8.2018) Technologien verändern unsere Welt. Sie eröffnen neue, ungeahnte Möglichkeiten und befördern Szenarien, über die wir heute bloß spekulieren können – und spekulieren müssen. Dies betrifft jene, die sich heute schon darauf vorbereiten, für die Notfälle und Katastrophen in der Zukunft bestmöglich gerüstet zu sein: die Rede ist von Einsatzkräften.
Get Inspired by Ars Electronica
(Linz, July 16, 2018) “Get Inspired by Ars Electronica” is the theme of an Innovation Forum developed by Ars Electronica and Upper Austrian Economic Chamber.
The Winners of the 2018 Prix Ars Electronica
(Linz, June 11, 2018) The Belgian artistic duo known as the LarbitsSisters (Bénédicte and Laure-Anne Jacobs), British internet journalist and blogger Eliot Higgins, and French artist Mathilde Lavenne are this year’s Prix Ars Electronica grand prize winners. In the u19 – CREATE YOUR WORLD category honoring excellence by young people in Austria, the Golden Nica goes to Viennese schoolboys Lorenz Gonsa, Martin Hatler, Samuel Stallybrass and Vincent Thierry.
STARTS Prize for MX3D & Joris Laarman Lab (NL) and Giulia Tomasello (IT)
(June 4, 2018, Linz/Brussels) In 2018 the STARTS Prize Trophies are awarded to MX3D and Joris Laarman Lab as well as to Giulia Tomasello.
The 2018 Ars Electronica Festival
(Linz, April 12, 2018) Error – The Art of Imperfection is the title of the 2018 Ars Electronica Festival.
More than Half a Million at Ars Electronica
(Linz, January 16, 2018) 180,654 visits to the Ars Electronica Center, 100,076 at the Ars Electronica Festival, and attendance of 273,792 at the big “Ars Electronica in Berlin” show—Ars Electronica’s three main activities this past year alone drew more than 550,000 visits.
Prix Ars Electronica 2018 Starts Today
(Linz, January 17, 2018) Projects may now be submitted and/or nominated for 2018 Prix Ars Electronica prize consideration.