Ars Electronica

Here is a list of contents in which Ars Electronica appear.



In the framework of Connecting Cities: Participatory City 2014, iMAL organises a two days symposium on urban media & the smart city, with renowned international speakers. This will introduce an intensive six days workshop, where selected participants will develop artworks that explore new forms of urban participation. The results of the masterclass will be showed in iMAL's neighbourhood.


MFF2010 closing event is happening in Brussels during the week-end of the Nuit Blanche, October 1-3. On this occasion, curators and artists will gather in Brussels for a final public panel to share the results of the project and discuss with you the issues and future of urban screens and media facades, and how they can be a new communication format for interconnecting cities beyond borders.


"Connected Cities" features Joint Broadcasting Events that happen simultanously and interactively across the borders. For the opening of the Ars Electronica Festival, the cities of Brussels, Liverpool, Helsinki, Berlin, Budapest and Madrid will join forces and present two live broadcasted audio-visual performances. In Brussels we will couple this event to an open air SHARE BRU session where you are invited to join for an A/V jam in iMAL's courtyard.


Media Facades Festival Europe 2010 (MFF 2010) is an urban media art project that interconnects seven European cities through urban screens and media facades located in public spaces. Artists and media designers will show throughout Europe specially developed art projects, during screenings and Joint Broadcasting Events, opening a global window to create dialogue, share dreams and exchange ideas.


After his nominations for the Transmediale 2010 and the New Media Award of the Liedts-Meesen Foundation, Felix Luque received an Honorary Mention from Ars Electronica in the interactive art category. More on Chapter 1 website.