The following events are accessible all day with your ticket during the Ars Electronica Festival, September 3 to 7. Please note the start and end times of the respective events.
The Post City Kit Exhibition shows with numerous prototypes and project presentations possible development directions towards the urban habitats for the upcoming human generations.
The Campus Exhibition by Paris 8 University presents thirty years of digital research and creative work from pioneering artists and researchers in the early years as well as from young contemporary artists today.
The u19 – CREATE YOUR WORLD exhibition showcases the 15 best works submitted to the Prix Ars Electronica for prize consideration this year by artists, programmers and tinkerers under 19 years of age.
The F 015 not only represents the technical realization of autonomous driving. It also shows how self-driving cars are going to change our society as the automobile moves beyond its role as a means of transportation to become a mobile living space.
This year’s Interface Cultures student project exhibition constitutes a provocative answer to the new post-media trends. The projects presented are futuristic, retro, post-, pre-, post-post or just art.
False Positive deploys text messaging, stealth infrastructure, street intervention, and data visualization to enact a surveillance conspiracy engaging the public in an intimate, techno-political conversation with the mobile technologies on which they depend
In conjunction with the 2015 Ars Electronica Festival, South African artists Marcus Neustetter and Stephen Hobbs are focusing on Volksgarten. Their “Renaming the City” project invites folks living in Linz to name a route on which lots of us love to stroll—the main promenade through Volksgarten.
Produced under the auspices of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations, “So similar, so different, so European” is a campaign that addresses the enlargement of the European Union.
Mythogenesis embodies the observations of a new media researcher. Its purpose is a visual analysis of propaganda videos that have become a source of the mythogenesis process of the new Ukrainian hero.
In 2015 the Austrian Motorist and Touring Club ÖAMTC approached the University of Art and Design Linz, asking students and teaching staff members to reflect on how mobility will change in the future.
Ars Electronica and the LENTOS Art Museum have been jointly presenting contemporary media art for years now. The 2015 show is Listening Post by musicians/sound artists Robert Lippok (DE) and Wolfgang Fuchs (AT).
Knowledge Capital is a center for the creation of new intellectual values through interaction and collaboration, and a core facility at Grand Front Osaka established by private companies, the multi-purpose complex of commercial facilities, offices, hotel and service apartments.
The Alfred Fried Photography Award is more than just a photo contest; it’s the world’s only competition that asks entrants to visually answer the question of what peace looks like.
Artist Norbert Artner’s high-quality photographs taken between 2010 and 2014 recorded the process of reflection involving the two Hallstatts in Austria and in the southern Chinese Province of Guangdong.
The Russian Sound Art Showcase is a spatialtechnical ambience set up near the SoundArtist Platform for the presentation of what’s happening now in the Russian sound art scene.
exhy curates exhibitions–automatically. The curation service offers to organize art events from finding a topic and a title to putting together a group show and arranging the works of art in the gallery space.
STWST48 – crashing the information in 48 hours brings together events/non-events, information/non-information, hack/fab labs, reality/dreams, unfiltered/raw/random/mined/cooked/processed infodata.
The Fading Piece, her work that was also singled out for recognition as the best local entry, is a two-part stop-motion animated film that traces—in the truest sense of the word—the disappearance and reconfiguration of Kwun Tong Town Centre.
A total of 140 “brainstorms”, 480 comments from 776 Linz fans – that is the outcome of the Austria-wide unique online service www.meinlinz.at. Experts from the City of Linz and the LINZ AG examine the ideas for their feasibility.
You won’t find popcorn or a big silver screen in POST CITY Kino. What it does have is high-tech. The Zeiss VR One is the first and, at present, only virtual reality headset to combine a stylish contemporary design with world-class precision optics by Zeiss (DE).