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ALTER: Kohei Ogawa (JP), Itsuki Doi (JP), Takashi Ikegami (JP) and Hiroshi Ishiguro (JP)

Ars Electronica 2018

The annual Ars Electronica festival in Linz is on, suggesting that an error doesn’t have to be a mistake; it can be an opportunity!

Once a year, Ars Electronica invites artists, scientists and researchers from all over the world to a conclave in Linz to confront a specific, interdisciplinary theme in the context of speeches, workshops, exhibitions and symposia. Each year’s festival is dedicated to a different issue, which is Error - The Art of Imperfection this time around. Exploring the idea at what point does an error become a mistake, a fail, and what makes it the celebrated source of unprecedented ideas and inventions, the festival is full of creatives tackling with the topic. Featuring a lot of events based around fashion and textiles, as well as many other, we are sure everyone will find a lot to enjoy.



6-10 September 2018
Postcity, Linz

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