Several signs are needed to guide all visitors towards the main entrance of the Tabakfabrik Linz, a former tobacco processing plant which is the main event area for this year's Ars Electronica Festival.
Arriving at the main square we walk into a performance by soft bodies who are using the central square as their stage, or better playground, to interact with their audience. This nude performer needed nothing more than a single rock to capture the attention of dozens of visitors.
The Cyberarts exhibition is where we find Zimoun's sound installation. The Swiss artist created a structure of 216 dc-motors rotating wires that all together surprise our ears with unusual and complex sounds. Hard to explain but great to hear.
See more photos after the jump.
Remember Hacking IKEA? Dutch artist Daan van den Berg demonstrates the effect of a digital Elephantiasis virus infecting IKEA's LAMPAN light. Each of the lamps is produced by a 3D printer and has its own unique deformation.
The Eyewriter is a great example project within this year's REPAIR theme. Eyewriter demonstrates a smart do-it-yourself approach with a set of eyeglasses and customized software that enables paralyzed people to draw and create using their eyes alone.
When the sun goes down, the central square is filled with people and a vibrating sound which is realized by the band on stage which has two ventilators as lead vocals!
More news tomorrow with pics more from the inside of the Ars Electronica Center that transforms the Donau river into a beautiful light spectacle at nighttime.