Ars Electronica
THE ARS ELECTRONICA ARCHIVE
Ars Electronica possesses one of the world’s most extensive archives of digital media art from throughout the last 25 years. It consists of the Catalog Archive and material documenting the Ars Electronica Festival (from 1979), the Archive of the Prix Ars Electronica (from 1987), material on Ars Electronica projects as well as biographies of the artists and theoreticians who took part in them.
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Festival-Dokumentation & Katalog-Archiv
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Material documenting the Festival gives an overview of the respective Festival program (from 1997 on in the form of the Festival websites).
The Catalog Archive contains the unabridged version of all texts published in all Ars Electronica catalogs since 1979.
Archiv des Prix Ars Electronica
Archive of the Prix Ars Electronica enter
The Archive of the Prix Ars Electronica contains descriptions of all works that have won a Golden Nica or Distinction since the competition was first produced in 1987, as well as information on the winning artists and the jury members.
Personen & Projekte
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The Personnel Archive contains information on artists and theoreticians who have participated in Ars Electronica since its beginnings in 1979. The Project Archive contains material on projects that have been completed since 1996 within the framework of the Festival and the Prix Ars Electronica, in the Ars Electronica Futurelab or the Ars Electronica Center.
Bild-Archiv
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In the picture archive, you'll find photos documenting festival projects and installations at the Museum of the Future as well as works that were realized at the Futurelab or that won an award at Prix Ars Electronica - from thumbnails to print-ready masters.
Futurelab: Projects & Team
Background info on the projects of the Ars Electronica Futurelab.
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Center Installations
Descriptions of the installations presented in the Ars Electronica Center.
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residence.aec.at
Artists in Residence projects
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Ars Electronica
History
From the world’s first festival for digital technologies in 1979 up to the year 2000.
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Ars Electronica
Publications
Information on all print, audio and video materials released in conjunction with
Ars Electronica.
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