Ars Electronica Solutions conceives, designs and implements interactive and multisensory worlds of experience. Creative, individual solutions are developed for temporary and permanent public exhibitions, brand lands, trade fairs and events. State-of-the-art media technology is used in production, but it never takes centre stage. Ars Electronica Solutions always makes sure that technology is only a means to an end in order to tell stories that touch and inspire people. The goal is to build an empathetic and respectful relationship with the client’s audience and their projects.
Ars Electronica Solutions at the Festival
Ars Electronica Solutions (AT)
Ars Electronica Solutions, in collaboration with various partners, especially from the field of science (ESA, ESA Climate Office, FFG, etc.), is creating an immersive and interactive meeting zone for the Ars Electronica Festival 2023.
Susanne Mecklenburg (DE)
The talk is about the European Space Agency’s cutting-edge global observation records that play a crucial role in shaping our understanding of climate change. Supporting the UNFCCC, these data provide the foundation for national and international efforts to predict future change, inform climate mitigation and implement adaptation policy and action.
Adrian Herzig (DE), Lara Kneschke (DE), Lena Keil (DE), Limin Zhang (CN), Luisa Lukas (DE), Marie Nesseler (DE), Xue Qiu (CN)
An installation created as part of a group project in the Interactive Information Design masters at the Muthesius University of Fine Arts in Kiel, Germany.
Erika Mondria (AT), Martin Spanka (AT)
The BCI-Solastalgia was created by Ars Electronica Solutions as a part of their “Sustainability Thinking Strategy”. The aim of this strategy is to raise the awareness of one’s own thinking about sustainability and thus to evoke a new, creative approach of finding solutions.
Silvia Koll (AT), Christoph Weidinger (AT), Manuela Gruber (AT)
In the aesthetics of social spaces, the focus is on people with their needs and all their senses. The design of spaces plays a crucial role in creating a positive and inviting environment – whether in public or business spaces, exhibitions, or event venues. It enables people to feel comfortable in the environment and has…
Susanne Mecklenburg (DE), Konstanze Fila (AT), Ina Badics (AT), Harald Moser (AT)
Ongoing discussions about the sustainable transformation of society are reaching a peak with the exponential increase in complex data and the urgent need to analyse and process this data for society. As part of the Ars Electronica Festival 2023, the ESA Climate Office, headed by Susanne Mecklenburg, will be present in the Ars Electronica Solutions…
Denise Halak (AT), Alex Pierer (AT), Chris Bruckmayr (AT)
What is the importance of knowledge transfer and how is knowledge made tangible? The exchange of knowledge plays a significant role both in society and specifically for companies and institutions. The central question is how to reach the target group, arouse enthusiasm, and successfully transfer knowledge, and, in particular, what benefits society derives from it.
Robert Meisner (DE), Rupert Huber (AT), Nils Sparwasser (DE)
Join Nils Sparwasser (DLR) from the German Aerospace Center and Robert Meisner (ESA) from the European Space Agency for a journey around the world showing satellite images of our planet. A short introduction on how Earth is observed from space, is followed by the slide show on the large screen which will be accompanied by…
Michael Mondria (AT), Chris Bruckmayr (AT), Harald Moser (AT), Ina Badics (AT), Michaela Fragner (AT)
In the fusion of creative design and technical brilliance, Ars Electronica Solutions opens up a dimension of immersion that conveys knowledge in a deeply touching and inspiring way, while also creating an aesthetic social space that appeals to all the senses.