DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum is pleased to present the fifth exhibition by Ars Electronica Linz. Under the title Human Factor – Endless Prototyping, some 30 international artists explore the conflict between the opportunities and risks of man-made progress.
The exhibition includes a supporting program with talks, performances and workshops.
Human Factor features artworks dealing with the key issues and challenges related to the digital age and reflecting the human factor in an increasingly engineered environment. With inspiring prototypes at the interface of art and science, artists from around the globe present their strategies to address the uncertainties and imponderables of today's world.
Ars Electronica Futurelab (AT) | bioMASON, Inc. (US) | Daniel Boschung (CH) | Michael Burton (UK) and Michiko Nitta (JP) | uh513: María Castellanos (ES) and Alberto Valverde (ES) | Florina Costamoling (AT) | Teresa Dillon (IE), Naomi Griffin-Murtagh (IE), Claire Dempsey (IE) and Aisling McCrudden (IE) | Nick Ervinck (BE) | Golan Levin and Shawn Sims (US) | Istituto Europeo di Design - IED (IT): Cesare Griffa, Mohamed Awaty, Victória Calil Barriatto, Anirudh Datta, Giulia Del Din, Samuel Fiolis and Riccardo Rigo | Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB) (DE) | Tobias Nolte (DE), Andrew Witt (US), Michael Degen (US), Jason Tucker (US) and Simon Epstein (UK) | Julian Melchiorri (IT/UK) | Gavin Munro (UK) | Agnes Meyer-Brandis (DE) | Jennifer Lyn Morone (US) | Afroditi Psarra (GR) and Dafni Papadopoulou (GR) | Quayola (IT) | Karl Julian Schmidinger (AT) and Joschi Viteka (AT) | BCL: Georg Tremmel (AT/JP) and Shiho Fukuhara (JP) | Jacob Tonski (US) | Patrick Tresset (FR/ UK) | Unknown Fields Division (UK/AU) | YQP: Maximilian Hoch (DE), Manuel Urbanke (AT) and Florian Dohmann (DE)
In order to join the opening of "Human Factor" on 30 June 2016, please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org