ITP Honorable Mentions for Ars Electronica 2015



Congratulations to ITPers for Ars Electronica awards honorable mentions!

Prix winners XXLab from Indonesia came out of workshops from Ms Baltazar’s Laboratory, run by ITP alum Stefanie Wuschitz
Computer Animation/Film/VFX
Honorable Mention:
Augmented Hand Series – Kyle McDonald (ITP Something in Residence, Adjunct Professor)
Digital Musics & Sound Art
Honorable Mention:
littleBits x Korg Synth Kit – Paul Rothman (ITP alum), littleBits Electronics
Hybrid Art
Honorable Mention:
Stranger Visions – Heather Dewey-Hagborg (ITP alum)

And the winner is…
2,889 projects from 75 countries were submitted for prize consideration to the 2015 Prix Ars Electronica. The 25 jurors took about three days to evaluate all the installations, performances, animated films, sound experiments, concepts and visions, and to single out the best. This year’s grand prize winners are from Japan (Nelo Akamatsu), Mexico (Gilberto Esparza and Juan Gonzalez), Indonesia (XXLab), Belgium (Alex Verhaest), Australia (Jeffrey Shaw) and Austria (Gabriel Radwan).

Please accept our congratulations for now! We’re very much looking forward to the big Prix Ars Electronica Gala on September 4, 2015, when the honors will be officially bestowed on the recipients of the Golden Nicas and [the next idea] voestalpine Art & Technology Grant.

Until then, click here to get an impression of the prizewinning works.

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