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A top foreign university will once again be featured in the Campus Exhibition at the 2017 Ars Electronica Festival. This year’s special guest is UCLA–The University of California at Los Angeles. Interactive Art, Roomspiration, Special Guest, University, California, Culture, News, Book, Book Illustrations

UCLA Making a Guest Appearance at Ars Electronica Festival - Ars Electronica Blog

A top foreign university will once again be featured in the Campus Exhibition at the 2017 Ars Electronica Festival. This year’s special guest is UCLA–The University of California at Los Angeles. Here, Professor Victoria Vesna gives us a preview of the “Feminist Climate Change” exhibition and an account of how media art gained admission to college.

TIME OUT the seventh in this ongoing series of exhibitions, is now running at the Ars Electronica Center in cooperation with Linz Art University. In this interview Katharina Pichler tells us about her work REFRAMING The Seven, Time Out, Insight, Interview, University, Exhibitions, Blog, Running, News

TIME OUT .07 – Between Individual and Society - Ars Electronica Blog

TIME OUT .07, the seventh in this ongoing series of exhibitions, is now running at the Ars Electronica Center. TIME OUT is staged twice a year in cooperation with Linz Art University to showcase recent works of media art by students in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program. The Blog is spotlighting some of the participating artists. This time, Katharina Pichler tells us about her work.

Tomorrow the last part of the Next Generation JKU series will take place at Ars Electronica Center. Subject is the Kepler Conjecture. Johannes Kepler, Research Scientist, Scientists, University, News, Blog, Science, Art, Blogging

The Kepler Conjecture - Ars Electronica Blog

Mathematics is the topic of the fifth and last installment of “Next Generation JKU.” This series of talks was launched in cooperation with Linz’s Johannes Kepler University to give outstanding young scholars working in engineering and science the opportunity to utilize the leading-edge technology available in Deep Space 8K at the Ars Electronica Center to present their research.

Gartner: l’IA en saura plus sur le moral d’un individu que sa propre famille What Is Human, Kennedy School, Le Moral, Public Administration, Project Proposal, School Community, Zoom Call, Research Projects, Important Dates

Day 1: Welcome to the 2017 Ars Electronica Festival - Ars Electronica Blog

The big day has finally arrived—this year’s Ars Electronica Festival is underway! The preparations had been going full speed ahead for months now to once again make this huge celebration of media art something absolutely extraordinary. And that’s exactly what has come to pass! Here, for your viewing pleasure, are a few impressions of the first day of the festival.

Yen Tzu Chang (TW) is the recipient of the residency STEAM imaging jointly hosted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing (MEVIS) and Ars Electronica. Art Criticism, Scientists, Workshop, Medical, Technology, Concert, News, Image, Linz

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Yen Tzu Chang (TW) is the recipient of the residency STEAM imaging jointly hosted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing (MEVIS) and Ars Electronica. The Taiwanese media artist will thus have a unique opportunity to work closely together with the Institute’s research staff.

Till Sunday you have the opportunity to visit KUKA robots at the Ars Electronica Center! Industrial Robots, Robot Arm, In A Nutshell, Robotics, Architecture, Creative, Opportunity, Sunday, Draw

Industrial Robots in the Service of Art - Ars Electronica Blog

Part 2 of the “Creative Robotics” exhibition series premiered in February. This time, the focus is on robots that have normally been deployed in conjunction with industrial assembly processes but are now increasingly being used as catalysts for innovation in such fields as the graphic arts, design and architecture.

Artificial intelligence is the theme of this year’s Ars Electronica. The 2017 media art festival’s encapsulating motif is provided by the “Beyond Humans” research project. Chimpanzee, Research Projects, Artificial Intelligence, Art Festival, Medium Art, Perception, Cyber, Pictures, News

Beyond Humans: Artificial Intelligence, Yawning Wide - Ars Electronica Blog

Artificial intelligence is the theme of this year’s Ars Electronica. The 2017 media art festival’s encapsulating motif is provided by the “Beyond Humans” research project. The respective roles played by the android and the chimp depicted in this image were elaborated on by the project’s scholarly director, Ramiro Joly-Mascheroni.

Last week, the exhibition series TIME OUT started in the round! This time Domas Schwarz tells us about his work. Time Out, Lava Lamp, News, Science, Art, Wax

TIME OUT .07 – Warm Light and Soft Wax - Ars Electronica Blog

The TIME OUT .07 exhibition that opened last week is part of the series of installations staged twice a year jointly by Ars Electronica and Linz Art University. Recent media art projects by students in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program are on display in the Ars Electronica Center. The Blog is spotlighting the participating students—this time around, Domas Schwarz.

BigPoopData takes the netidee Special Prize! Four schoolboys have convinced the jury at the Prix Ars Electronica School Boy, Social Issues, Sustainability, Challenges, Digital, World, News, Blog, Science

BigPoopData Takes the netidee Special Prize - Ars Electronica Blog

An incisively critical commentary on the obsessive and now-so-pervasive harvesting of data and a plea for the protection of our digital privacy—four schoolboys’ sensor-studded WC has garnered them the 2017 Prix Ars Electronica’s netidee Special Prize. In this interview, Ernst Langmantel, the director of netidee, explains what he likes so much about this project, and elaborates on Austria’s largest initiative to nurture the potential of digital networks.

For her proposal to send a robot with artistic skills into outer space, robotics engineer Sarah Petkus was the recipient of an Honorary Mention from the 2016 art&science Robotics Engineering, Artist Project, Science Art, Outer Space, Proposal, Meditation, News, Creative, Projects

The Wandering Artist Project - Ars Electronica Blog

For her proposal to send a robot with artistic skills into outer space, robotics engineer Sarah Petkus was the recipient of an Honorary Mention from the 2016 art&science@ESA. In this interview, she talks about her plans for her upcoming residency at the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Ars Electronica Futurelab, about humane robots, and the essential elements that actually constitute a robot.

Tired of waiting for a monitor for his diabetes, Tim Omer made his own. He is one of a growing number of patients circumventing medical companies in favour of a homemade healthcare revolution Health And Wellness, Health Care, Cancer Research Uk, Tired Of Waiting, Chronic Illness, Chronic Pain, The Guardian, Diabetes, Innovation

The “TIC TAC-tics” of Timothy Omer Hacking Diabetes - Ars Electronica Blog

Timothy Omer is a part of the DIY revolution in the healthcare system and also of the SPARKS-initiated exposition “Beyond The Lab”, which is opening at the 29th of March at the Ars Electronica Center. His example of hacking Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems demonstrates that patients get a grip on their condition.

Introducing the 2017 Prix Ars Electronica Jurors! Holding Hands, Playing Cards, Technology, News, Tech, Playing Card Games, Tecnologia, Game Cards, Playing Card

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The extended deadline to submit entries for 2017 Prix Ars Electronica prize consideration is March 13th! That’s when the respective international juries take up the task of naming this year’s prizewinners. So, who exactly are these ladies and gentlemen who’ve been appointed arbiters of excellence in media art?

2017 Future Innovators Summit: In this interview, Hideaki Ogawa introduces the creative think tank for big questions about the future. Summit 2017, The Future Of Us, Innovation, Interview, This Or That Questions, News, Big, Creative

Future Innovators Summit 2017: A Creative Think Tank for Big Questions about the Future - Ars Electronica Blog

Embedded in the inspiring setting of the Ars Electronica Festival in POSTCITY Linz, the Future Innovators Summit is once again inviting motivated individuals from the worlds of art, technology and science to exchange ideas and thereby formulate questions of central importance to humankind’s future. FIS project director Hideaki Ogawa offers some conceptual points of departure for a stimulating encounter with the big issue: artificial intelligence.

The Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS and Taiwanese media & sound artist Yen Tzu Chang have organized a workshop for pupils. Residency Programs, Medical Technology, Workshop, Digital, News, Artist, Image, Atelier, Work Shop Garage

Medical technology and art make a wonderful match! - Ars Electronica Blog

The Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS based in Bremen, Germany and Taiwanese media & sound artist Yen Tzu Chang have organized a workshop for pupils in cooperation with the Ars Electronica Center. The workshop blends art and science—in concrete terms, technical procedures of medical imaging and sound art. We talked to Sabrina Haase of Fraunhofer MEVIS about the workshop.

The 7th installment in the TIME OUT exhibition series opened yesterday. The Blog is spotlighting the participating students. In this edition, Lisa Bickel and Clemens Niel tell us about their work. Light Bulb, Lisa, Students, News, Blog, Light Globes, Blogging, Lightbulb

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The 7th installment in the TIME OUT exhibition series opened on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. In cooperation with Linz Art University, the Ars Electronica Center is showcasing recent media art projects by students in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program. The Blog is spotlighting the participating students. In this installment, Lisa Bickel and Clemens Niel tell us about their work.

Today is the exhibition opening of TIME OUT Sarah Hiebl and Marlene Reischl, two of the artists, talked to us. Lost Friendship, Time Out, Artists, News, Fashion, Friendship, Moda, Fashion Styles, Fashion Illustrations

TIME OUT .07 – Lost Friendships and Aesthetic Scars - Ars Electronica Blog

The 7th installment in the TIME OUT exhibition series opens on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 6:30 PM. In cooperation with Linz Art University, the Ars Electronica Center is showcasing recent media art projects by students in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program. Sarah Hiebl and Marlene Reischl, two of the artists participating in TIME OUT .07, talked to us about their works.