This year’s Golden Nica in the Computer Animation/Film/VFX category goes to David OReilly for “Everything,” his game that literally lets you play with everything—from the tiniest atom to the biggest galaxy. In this interview, the artist and game developer tells more about his work.
20 international experts convened in Linz April 7-10, 2016 to single out outstanding works of media art for recognition in four categories and to bestow Golden Nicas on the four best. We accompanied the four juries over the course of this long and very productive weekend.
The Prix Ars Electronica is back for another year, and there’ve been some notable innovations. A recap of the details follows. Entries for prize consideration can be submitted immediately. The deadline is March 13, 2016.
Gabriel Radwan is this year’s Golden Nica winner in the Prix Ars Electronica’s u19 – CREATE YOUR WORLD category. The 19-year-old student’s prizewinning project is a stop-motion film entitled “Inside & Between”.
The 25 international experts have concluded their deliberations and named the recipients of the five Golden Nicas and other honors. Here’s a look back at the 2015 Prix jury meetings, one of the most exciting weekends in the Ars Electronica year.
“Everyone should have the possibility of exploiting the same tax benefits that major corporations are constantly taking advantage of” ,Paolo Cirio stated. He describes his project as an attempt to democratize tax avoidance.
In an interview Markus Schmeiduch, winner of the category [the next idea] voestalpine Art and Technology Grant of the Prix Ars Electronica 2014, talks with us how BlindMaps came into being and why submission for Prix Ars Electronica prize consideration was the next logical step for him.
Irini Papadimitriou and Michel van Dartel, two jurymemebers of the Prix Ars Electronica 2014, were in search of something new and exciting in the category Interactive Art. They told us in an interview how these search proceeded.
This year’s recipients of the Prix Ars Electronica will be selected this weekend. The juries’ three days of deliberations begin today at the Ars Electronica Center Linz, where the many entries will be viewed and assessed by the jurors.
The Golden Nicas were awarded, and there’s still a lot to discover at TOTAL RECALL – The Evolution of Memory.
When the CyberArts 2013 opens it’s doors on September 5th, El Campo de Cebada, winners of the Golden Nica in Digital Communities, will be part of it. It’s a self-managed camp in Madrid/Spain, cleverly showing what the urban space of the 21st century might look like. We have talked with Zuloark, the architects behind this projects, finding out what you should know about the camp and what you could learn fro
The Cosmopolitan Chicken Project bei Koen Vanmechelen is one of the centerpieces of the CyberArts 2013. By crossbreeding different races of chickens, he’s creating a metaphor for our society and our human race. We have met Koen to talk about what can be expected during TOTAL RECALL The Evolution of Memory.
(Deutsch) Was haben John Lasseter, der erste Animator bei Pixar Studios, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, der Erfinder von HTML, einer der Grundlagen des heutigen Internets, und Wikipedia gemeinsam? Alle Erwähnten wurden entweder mit einer Goldenen Nica oder einem Ehrenpreis des Prix Ars Electronica ausgezeichnet. Der renommierte Medienkunstpreis geht 2013 in die 27te Runde, die Einreichung ist mit 18.12.2012 eröffnet.