Chinese contemporary art has risen like a red rocket over the past decade; it’s in every gallery, biennale and forward-looking retrospective. The number of artists being promoted is rather small, many of them in and around a nucleus linked to Shanghai, Lorenz Helbling’s Shanghart gallery and the former swiss ambassador to China, Uli Sigg. This […]
Symbolic picture The prejury for Prix Ars Electronica 2012 scans through hundreds of submission, here you can see the jury of the category “Digital Communities” (symbolic), consisting of Ingrid Fischer-Schreiber, Peter Kuthan and Romana Leopoldseder.
Martin Supper, Prix-Juror in the category “Digital Musics & Sound Art” shares what he is hoping for in this year’s competition.
Mariela Yeregui is one of the judges in the Prix-Category Interactive Art. In this post she shares her views on the matter and her background.
Michael Doser is one of the judges in the Prix-Category [THE NEXT IDEA] VOESTALPINE ART AND TECHNOLOGY GRANT and is going to share his thoughts on the topic. Read the first part below!
The Jury for Prix 2012, Round 2: This time it’s Leila Nachawati talking, she’ll look for interesting projects in the category “Digital Communities”.
From April 20th to 22nd 2012, the jury of Prix Ars Electronica 2012 will meet in Linz to decide on the winners of the Golden Nicas 2012. The weekend will be interesting, fascinating, but also tiring. Hundreds of projects want to be evaluated and rated, a daunting task. To give you a look behind the scenes, jurors of Prix 2012 will introduce their work during the next couple of weeks on this blog. Liu Yan, juror from China and a member of the jury for the third time, will make the start.