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Art Center for Digital Cultures & Technology

Code & algorithms finissage week


The Code & Algorithms exhibition comes to a close on Sunday 18 February. Whether you have already visited the exhibition or not, we invite you to attend the following closing activities.

14.02.2024, 18:00 • Performance
Quantum Aesthetics by Ana Simón & Andrés Navarro
16.02.2024, 19:00 • Guided tour
With Manuela Naveau, curator of the exhibition
17 & 18.02.2024, 12:00 • Guided tours
With Lucía García, director of iMAL

The guided tours are included in the price of your ticket.

About Manuela Naveau

Manuela Naveau, PhD (Linz/AT) is a university professor, independent curator and art researcher. For almost 18 years she worked as curatorial manager for Ars Electronica Export, and initially as project manager at Ars Electronica Linz. She developed the Ars Electronica Export department with artistic director Gerfried Stocker and has led it operationally since its inception.

From 2020, Manuela Naveau has been a university lecturer in Critical Data in the Interface Culture / Institute of Media department of the Linz University of the Arts. Prior to this, she held teaching positions at the Paris Lodron University in Salzburg, the Danube University in Krems, among others. In 2021 she was invited as a guest lecturer at the Technical University of Vienna (Future.Lab).

Her monograph "Crowd and Art - Kunst und Partizipation im Internet" was published in 2017. The book is based on her thesis, for which she received the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy's Award for Excellence in 2016.

An exhibition produced by Fundación Telefónica, curated by Manuela Naveau.

In the framework of The Future of Living (EUNIC BRUSSELS) and the European Digital Deal (Creative Europe).

With the support of Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Innoviris, the Embassy of Spain in Belgium, the Spanish Presidency of the EU, the Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie.

Co-funded by the European Union.

Photos credits: Philippe Braquenier

Produced by Fundación Telefónica.


With the support of