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(Linz, June 12, 2014) The curtain’s going up for an evening of theater, dance and fairy tales, as the Ars Electronica Center once again hosts the Long Night of the Stages.Read More
(Linz, May 13, 2014) The Ars Electronica Archive’s reconfigured internet presence is now online.Read More
(Linz / Birmingham, May 7, 2014) Renowned dancer Aakash Odedra, choreographer Lewis Major and the Ars Electronica Futurelab have been working together for the past year on an extraordinary dance performance that utilizes leading-edge media technology. A destination on the journey Aakash Odedra and the Futurelab are taking together was the International Dance Festival Birmingham, where the dance performance Murmur received standing ovations on May 6.Read More
(Linz, May 5, 2014) The myth of the pharaoh’s curse will be scrutinized at the next Deep Space LIVE event on Thursday. Egyptologist Wolfgang Wettengel will give an account of what is said to be a mysterious curse that strikes down anyone who disturbs a pharaoh resting in his graveRead More
(Deutsch) (Linz, 4.5.2014) Beim Urfahraner Frühjahrsmarkt 2014 nutzten zahlreiche BesucherInnen die Möglichkeit, sich bei der siebten und letzten Ausgabe der Ausstellung LINZ VERÄNDERT auf einen gleichermaßen unterhaltsamen wie aufschlussreichen Linz-Trip zu begeben.Read More
(Linz, April 25, 2014) This afternoon, it was our pleasure to welcome Bettina Zierhut as the millionth visitor to the Ars Electronica Center since the expanded and enhanced facility reopened on January 2, 2009.Read More
(Linz/Göss, April 24, 2014) The success story of the Gösser Brewery founded in 1860 by Max Kober is the centerpiece of a new interactive installation at the Göss Brewing Museum. The Gösseum’s interactive exhibition was designed by Ars Electronica Solutions, which has been working together with Gösser since 2013.Read More
(Linz, April 17, 2014) The internal organs of the human body take center stage at the next “Deep Space LIVE: Anatomy for All” presentation on Thursday.Read More
(Linz, April 3, 2014) In the course of The Long Night of Research, an extensive program of presentations and guided tours awaits visitors both young and old at the Ars Electronica Center.Read More
(Linz, March 30, 2014) Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz paid a call on the Ars Electronica CenterRead More
(Linz, 24.3.2014) C … what it takes to change is the title of the Ars Electronica Festival 2014.Read More
(Linz, March 21, 2014) “L’Oracle du Papillon – The Exhibition” co-conceived by Ars Electronica Solutions opened at the Technology Park in Freiburg, Switzerland.Read More
(Linz, March 18, 2014) The NEXTCOMIC Festival at the Ars Electronica Center hosts workshops, speeches and presentations …Read More
(Linz / Sharjah, March 14, 2014) The Islamic Capital of Culture in the Emirate of Sharjah is kicking off with an official opening event on March 26th. The quadcopter fleet of the Ars Electronica Futurelab of the ceremony.Read More
(Linz, February 27, 2014) The animation “The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore” was awarded an Honorary Mention at the Prix Ars Electronica 2012 and is also the thirty millionth entry that is available via Europeana.Read More
(Linz/Walldorf, February 17, 2014) Following up on its “Celebrate 40 Years of the Future” exhibition that premiered in May 2012, the Ars Electronica Futurelab is now staging its next show on the corporate campus of SAP, Europe’s largest software provider.Read More
(Linz, February 10, 2014) Visitors to the next Deep Space LIVE are invited to join Josef Friedhuber on a photographic expedition heading through the Arctic towards the North Pole.Read More
(Linz, January 21, 2014) The SMOS Earth observation satellite will be the subject of a fascinating talk by Othmar Coser, the ÖWF–Austrian Space Forum’s consultant on environmental issues, at the next Deep Space LIVE on January 23, 2014.Read More
(Linz/Geneva, 14 January 2014) Japanese Artist Ryoji Ikeda is the winner of the third Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN Award.Read More