Pictures of an Exhibition
The exhibition at the Ars Electronica Center above the clouds, underwater, as a Tibetan monastery, an Apple store, a medieval knight’s hall, made of glass, in the jungle, as a server room, in the desert, …
Bionic wooden structures are objects inspired in a natural way and made of wood. They use the properties of wood and combine them with modern technology and advanced construction methods.
Magical AI moments from the forest
I asked an AI to describe a magical scene in a forest to me in detail. I then asked another AI to generate several images from it. This is what came out.
The Ars Electronica Center in the spotlight
In 2009, the Ars Electronica Center in Linz was redesigned. On the occasion of the anniversary, here are a few impressions of the facade.
Creative through the summer
Seeing microscopic creatures and controlling a drone with your mind. That is only possible in the Ars Electronica Centers summer workshops.
Where Bruckner is now at home
The crypt of St. Florian Abbey houses the coffin of the composer Anton Bruckner. From here he can hear the church organ.
In the Abbey Library
A room that can really call itself a library. At St. Florian.
Out of the Box
The T-shirt for the festival.
Breakdance in Deep Space
Pupils have rarely experienced dance like this – an unusual stage for the piece SI(E)SI by SILK Fluegge.
Talks with the Artists
On the day of the opening of new exhibition areas in the Ars Electronica Center, the artists personally present their projects. So does the Japanese sound artist Maywa Denki.