CyberArts 2003 International Compendium Prix Ars Electronica

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Edited by: Hannes Leopoldseder, Christine Schöpf Foreword: Hannes Leopoldseder, Christine Schöpf German, English September 2003, 268 Pages, 326 Ills. Hardcover 240mm x 171mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-1355-9
Winners of the prestigious Prix Ars Electronica media competition awards for 2003. This complete multimedia reference work comprising a book, a DVD, and a CD presents all of the award-winning works.

The annual Ars Electronica festival is conceived as a common platform for artists and researchers from different disciplines in the area of digital media design. In 1987, the Prix Ars Electronica was first awarded by the ORF Regional Studio Upper Austria, and ever since, artists from over sixty countries have submitted more than twenty thousand pieces. As an internationally respected trend barometer of media art, the Prix Ars Electronica impressively illustrates the artistic, cultural, as well as the social implications of digital media, demonstrating the technological state of the arts. CyberArts 2003 presents-in text and image-a representative cross section of the best works in the award categories Computer Animation/ Visual Effects, Interactive Art, Net Vision/Net Excellence, Digital Musics, and u19 Freestyle Computing, all selected by a team of international experts. For the first time, a complete multi-media compendium is included in the package: the book comes with both a DVD with excerpts from the best computer animations and visual effects, and a CD, with excerpts from the category Digital Musics. Exhibition Schedule: Festival Ars Electronica, Linz September 6 - September 11, 2003