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 The essence of the internationally renowned Ars Electronica Festival is interdisciplinarity and an open encounter of international experts from the arts and sciences with a broad audience of highly diverse backgrounds and interests. 
HUMAN NATURE - Ars Electronica Festival 2009 September 3-8, 2009
At the very outset of the 21st century, it’s becoming increasingly clear that we have entered a new age here on Earth: the Anthropocene. An age definitively characterized by humankind’s massive impact on our physical surroundings. An age whose most emblematic manifestations have been population explosion, climate change, the poisoning of the environment and our venturing into outer space. Heretofore. But now, it’s not only the environment that we’re changing. It’s the fundamentals of life itself—the fundamentals of our own life—that are being subjected to humankind’s will to custom-design our world.
Festival Ars Electronica 2006: SIMPLICITY - the art of complexity
Our world’s increasing complexity and its tension-filled interplay with our own growing need for a comprehensive, comprehensible overview of the world will occupy the focal point of attention at Ars Electronica this year.
GOODBYE PRIVACY - Ars Electronica Festival 2007
At symposia, exhibitions, performances and interventions, the 2007 Ars Electronica Festival will delve into what the public and private spheres have come to mean and the interrelationship that now exists between them.
Ars Electronica 08: A NEW CULTURAL ECONOMY - The Limits of Intellectual Property
In 2008, the Ars Electronica Festival is scrutinizing the value of intellectual property.
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