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Alchemists of the Future - Ars Electronica Futurelab - The First 25 Years and Beyond

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Founded in 1996, the Ars Electronica Futurelab looks back on 25 years of programming. At the interface between art and science, it is a hybrid of studio and laboratory.
Since 1979 ARS ELECTRONICA has tracked and analyzed the digital revolution and its multiple impacts. The focus has always been on processes and trends combining art, technology, and society. Results of this artistic and scientific research can be seen in the form of an annual festival in Linz, Austria, where a five-day-long program involves conferences, podium discussions, workshops, exhibitions, performances, interventions, and concerts. The festival is planned, organized, and executed in collaboration with artists and scientists from around the world. A variety of controversial futuristic themes are always the center of attention.

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Founded in 1996, the Ars Electronica Futurelab looks back on 25 years of programming. At the interface between art and science, it is a hybrid of studio and laboratory.
Since 1979 ARS ELECTRONICA has tracked and analyzed the digital revolution and its multiple impacts. The focus has always been on processes and trends combining art, technology, and society. Results of this artistic and scientific research can be seen in the form of an annual festival in Linz, Austria, where a five-day-long program involves conferences, podium discussions, workshops, exhibitions, performances, interventions, and concerts. The festival is planned, organized, and executed in collaboration with artists and scientists from around the world. A variety of controversial futuristic themes are always the center of attention.

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Authors Andreas J hirsch, Andreas J. Hirsch, Horst Hörtner, Gerhard Kirchschläger
Assisted by Roland Haring (Editor), Hors Hörtner (Editor), Horst Hörtner (Editor), Ogawa (Editor), Hideak Ogawa (Editor), Hideaki Ogawa (Editor)
Publisher Hatje Cantz Verlag
 
Languages English, German
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 04.10.2021
 
EAN 9783775751391
ISBN 978-3-7757-5139-1
No. of pages 288
Dimensions 168 mm x 23 mm x 237 mm
Weight 808 g
Illustrations 200 Abb.
Series Zeitgenössische Kunst
Museumskatalog
Subjects Humanities, art, music > Art > Photography, film, video, TV

Fotografie, Zukunft, Wissenschaft, Verstehen, Gesellschaft, Installationskunst, entdecken, Labor, Future, interdisziplinär, Think-Tank, Videofotografie / Videografie, Interdisziplinäre Zusammenarbeit, Ars Electronica, Digital-, Video- und New Media-Kunst

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