Press Releases: Ars Electronica Futurelab
Research & Development: The Futurelab was launched in 1996 to serve as both an atelier and laboratory in equal measure. Ever since, this facility has been Ars Electronica’s artistic-scientific think tank and the driving force behind our R&D work. The staff develops innovative prototypes and future scenarios that are meant as both points of departure for discussions and invitations to take part in a wide-ranging discourse on topics of great future relevance. The Ars Electronica Futurelab works with partners worldwide—firms in industrial sectors and the creative economy, individuals and organizations in the art world, and academic & educational institutions.
TEAM engINUITY gewinnt österreichweiten CanSat-Wettbewerb
(Linz, 24.4.2022) Das Team engINUITY der HTL Salzburg konnte den Sieg beim österreichweiten CanSat-Wettbewerb für sich verbuchen und darf sich nun bei einem internationalen Wettbewerb mit Schüler*innen aus ganz Europa messen.
The Sebastian's Altar by Albrecht Altdorfer
(Linz, 11.4.2022) Albrecht Altdorfer's Altar of St. Sebastian will be the focus of a Deep Space Lecture on Maundy Thursday with theologian Dr. Michael Zugmann and art historian Dr. Lothar Schultes.
Welcome to Planet B - A different life is possible! But how?
(Linz, 7.4.2022) Ars Electronica 2022 will take place from September 7 to 11, on the campus of the Johannes Kepler University Linz and nine other locations all around Linz.
Easter Holidays at the Ars Electronica Center
(Linz, 4.4.2022) During the Easter vacations, visitors to the Ars Electronica Center will have the opportunity to take a close look at the new Deep Space EVOLUTION programs and dive deep into exciting virtual worlds.
Deep Space EVOLUTION
(Linz, 29.3.2022) New laser projectors, a new tracking system, the most powerful graphics cards currently available, plus a whole range of new interactive programs and 3D applications: Deep Space EVOLUTION will inspire you.