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All the winners of Prix Ars Electronica 2020

2020 marks a turning point in the 33-year history of the Prix Ars Electronica: for the first time since 1987, the international jury meetings were purely virtual; a movement of anonymous citizens received a Golden Nica for the first time in honor of its innovations and creative digital activism.... READ MORE...

“Keep Yourself Clean”, the first solo exhibition by VOLNA

The exhibition "Keep yourself clean" spaces and installations were created using video game development tools (Unreal Engine) that simulate real-time scenes and lighting effects. Exhibition visitors are invited to immerse themselves in the surroundings of each installation and can move freely in the room and choose any observation point.... READ MORE...

Towards Togetherness. Interview with Tabita Rezaire.

Tabita Rezaire is an artist, healer, health-tech-politics practitioner and kemetic and kundalini yoga teacher, based in Cayenne, French Guyana. Anna Gorchakovskaya has recently had a chance to talk to Tabita about her cross-dimensional practices, about togetherness, healing and a genuine sense of connectedness, about her vision of life, art and digital technologies in connection with the current historical moment.... READ MORE...

Innovation in and for Europe: STARTS 2020 prize winners

Science, Technology and arts (STARTS for short) limn a nexus at which insightful observers have identified extraordinarily high potential for innovation. And innovation is precisely what’s called for if we’re to master the social, ecological and economic challenges that Europe will be facing in the near future. In this STARTS Prize initiative, the European Commission’s focus is on projects and people that can make meaningful contributions to this effort.... READ MORE...

Zombies can vote too: Sentience in memesis

The image of the digital zombie, that being absorbed by its phone who barely functions in public and is almost always rescued by another bystander has become a contemporary caricature of technology, and yet most of us do not remember the last three things we’ve reacted to. Article by Pierre Chaumont.... READ MORE...

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