In 2004 Ars Electronica created Ars Electronica Export, a program dedicated to the production of exhibitions, workshops and education programs for and together with partners from all over the world. The partners are institutions involved in art and culture, science, and education as well as private sector companies. Since then, several dozen of such projects have been realized, and each one has been specially configured together with the hosting partner with the aim to involve local as well as international artists. The activities of Ars Electronica Export play an important role in maintaining and extending the range of our vital network of artists and creative collaborators.
In cooperation with the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts and the Unison Art Association, Ars Electronica spotlighted major developments in the cyberarts over the last 25 years.
Ars Electronica Futurelab staffers originally developed “Tug of War” for the Playzone at Millennium Dome in London. The most outstanding feature of this successful installation was its very direct and natural mode of human-computer interaction.
In collaboration with artist Johannes Deutsch, the Ars Electronica Futurelab created an interactive visualization of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 in C minor in a three-dimensional space.Read More Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony Visionized