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STARTS stands for Science, Technology, and Arts and is an initiative of the European Commission to promote cooperation between science, technology, and the arts. Part of the STARTS Initiative is the prestigious STARTS Prize, which is awarded annually by Ars Electronica from Linz, BOZAR and Waag Society.

In 2019, the STARTS Prize in the “Innovative Collaboration” category goes to the innovation office “300.000 Km/s” in Barcelona, which has developed and successfully implemented a ground-breaking model of sustainable urban planning. Bjørn Karmann and Tore Knudsen were awarded the STARTS PRIZE in the category “Artistic Exploration” for “Project Alias,” an intelligent parasite that forces smart home systems to respect our privacy.

The Honorary Mentions 2019 go to Kate Crawford (AI Now Institute) and Vladan Joler (SHARE Lab) for “Anatomy of an AI System”, Thydêwá for “Arte Eletrônica Indígena”, Sabine Engelhardt for “SLAP – See Like A Pony”, Eduardo Reck Miranda for “Biocomputer Rhythms”, Fernando Bello, ICCESS & Salomé Bazin, Cellule studio for “SimCath”, Forensic Architecture for “The Murder of Pavlos Fyssas”, BCL (Georg Tremmel & Shiho Fukuhara) for “BLP-2000 / Black List Printer“ and Jen Keane for “This is grown.”

In total, the STARTS Prize counted 2278 entries from 88 countries.

 

More information about the selected projects


  • Artists in Residence. Artists in Architecture

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    Belgian Red Devil player visits BOZAR

    Last May, Belgian Red Devil player and experienced Paris Saint-Germain defender Thomas Meunier paid a visit to BOZAR. This was an opportunity for the star footballer to strengthen his cultural links. 

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  • Roadworks rue Ravenstein

    Rue Ravenstein will get a new asphalt surface, which means the entire street (from Brussels Central Station to the Place Royale) will be closed to traffic.

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