Since 2004, Ars Electronica has worked together with partners in art and culture, science and education, commerce and industry to produce a diverse array of projects all over the world. The spectrum includes exhibitions and presentations, conferences and workshops, performances and interventions. What these collaborative activities have in common is the inspiration they derive from the ideas and visions of Ars Electronica’s worldwide network. Ars Electronica EXPORT offers partners the possibility of selecting from among a menu of individual options or deciding on a complete package—depending on their particular wishes, interests and resources. It’s up to the partner to decide whether existing exhibitions, presentations, conferences and workshops in the form of complete arrangements are the most cost-efficient way to achieve their objectives, or if the way to go is with selections that are curated by Ars Electronica in accordance with thematic, technological or historic criteria and that also flexibly permit the integration of our partner’s artistic and technical know-how. As our partner, it´s up to you to decide whether existing exhibitions, presentations, conferences and workshops in the form of complete arrangements are the most cost-efficient way to achieve your objectives, or if a customized solution developed especially for you is the way to go. We take a flexible approach to curating selections according to thematic, technological or historical criteria, one that also allows for the integration of our partner´s artistic and technological know-how, so we can work together with you to develop the exhibition or package of activities that´s precisely what you had in mind. Ars Electronica Exportexport@aec.at Abuja, Athens, Bangkok, Berlin, Bilbao, Buenos Aires, Doha, Florence, Kiev, London, Shanghai, Regensburg, Peking, Mumbai, Singapore, Tokyo, Osaka, Gijon, New York, Venice, Budapest, Taichung, Geneva, Mexico City, Moscow, Mumbai, Tunis, Sao Paulo, Seoul, Madrid, Brussels, Munich, Erlangen, Vienna, Zaragoza 20172016201520142013201220112010200920082007200620052004 Climax – The Highlight of Ars Electronica Taichung, Taiwan 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. Presentation of Tug of War Erlangen, Germany 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. Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony Visionized 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.