Screening: selection of the festival Ars Electonica, Goethe Institute

Electronic Theatre
50 Min

The Electronic Theatre is the annual best-of program, a compilation of outstanding animated films, chosen by the jury from the submitted works in the category Computer Animation. The selection showcases current productions in terms of artistic content, as well as cultural and technological innovation.

Anxious Body, Yoriko Mizushiri (JP) Prix Ars Electronica 2022 / Award of Distinction /
Tartarus, Mariano Ferández Russo (AR) / Prix Ars Electronica 2022 / Honorary Mention /
Radicalization Pipeline, 2021, Theoklitos Triantafyllidis (GR) / Prix Ars Electronica
2022 / Honorary Mention / 03:09
The Crow, Glenn Marshall (UK) / Prix Ars Electronica 2022 / Honorary Mention / 03:00
Very, Very, Tremendously, Guangli LIU (CN) / Prix Ars Electronica 2022 / Honorary
Mention / 12:12
When fox and rabbit say goodnight, Finn Stevenhagen (NL) / Prix Ars Electronica 2022
/ Honorary Mention / 20:29


Welcome to Planet B
79 Min

Change is an inevitable condition of reality for both living and non-living things. Movement, development, evolution, and dissolution is part of the scheme. But is change anthropocentric? What exactly could we expect from it in the future? Change can mean resolution, embrace, or reconnection; it can be ironic, dreamy, climate-related, abstract, or destructive. In one way or another, there is potential, possibility, and variety. We understand the need for change as individuals, society, and humanity, but also as minimal parts of the bigger existence of reality.

Tech For Democracy, Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm (DK) / 06:33
Patrick and the Buttons, Francois Heiser (FR) / 02:57
Borrowed Limbs, Lisa-Marleen Mantel (DE) and Laura Wagner (DE) / 03:27
Intersect, Dirk Koy (SZ) / 18:23
mormúrō, Stefan Larsson (JP) / 08:43
Models for Environmental Literacy, Tivon Rice (US) / 36:40
Curated by Juergen Hagler, Maria-Nefeli Panetsos

Event date
End date
26.10.2023, 17:00-19:00 , 27.10.2023, 14:00-18:00