The Ars Electronica Center is the architectural expression of what Ars Electronica is all about: a place of inquiry and discovery, experimentation and exploration, a place that has taken the world of tomorrow as its stage, and that assembles and presents influences from many different ways of thinking and of seeing things. Visitors can encounter the Center on their own or seek guidance from the expert Infotrainers stationed throughout the exhibits.
There are always several exhibitions running simultaneously at the Center. The permanent exhibit “New Views of Humankind” constitutes the core of the curatorial program. Four labs—by no means strictly segregated from one another—examine how we human beings and the world we inhabit have changed, how we influence our environment, and how our world might be in the future.