Ars Electronica, 2014 (c)


Festival for Art, Technology and Society

On September 5th, the Art & Science class visited the ARS ELECTRONICA 2014/ C... what it takes to change

This year's concept: "C ? what it takes to change

"Theme of 2014, “C ? what it takes to change,” an inquiry into the prerequisites and framework conditions necessary to enable social innovation and renewal to emerge and make an impact. The focus was on art as catalyst. The in-depth elaborations, lively discussions and bold provocations featured, as usual, artists, scholars and scientists from all over the world. Renowned intellectuals confronted by young contrarians, top experts encountering interested laypersons, the pioneers of the Digital Revolution face to face with the shooting stars of today’s media art scene. From September 4th to 8th, the 2014 Ars Electronica once again was a setting for reciprocal exchange and networking, a one-of-a-kind forum in which perspectives and opinions were negotiated and presented in the form of speeches, artistic installations, performances and interventions. About 85.000 visits were counted. 579 artists, scientists, technologists, musicians and sound artists, entrepreneurs, inventors and much more from 59 different countries were actively involved into 2014 Ars Electronica. They all have shaped and realised 427 individual events – including 114 tours."

Linz, 4-8th September 2014

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Fact Box

September 05, 2014