The organizers and sponsors of the Ars Electronica intend to make the Women in Media Arts Database accessible to as large an audience as possible. To achieve this end, they intend to conduct a public relations campaign in print media outlets, radio and TV stations, and on the internet, as well as in various publications and by public presentations of the works.
The database will be documented and/or published, as a whole or in part, in the following media:
- Ars Electronica Website (www.aec.at)
- Ars Electronica Archive (archive.aec.at)
- Ars Electronica Festival Catalog
- Communication measures to promote the Women in Media Arts Database
- A documentary TV program about the festival will be produced and broadcasted by ORF.
The material will be used for documentation purposes in the catalog, the Ars Electronica Archive and on the Ars Electronica website. Accordingly, participants are respectfully requested to prepare their images and texts meticulously and to submit them in the best possible quality.
The organizers reserve the right to determine the actual content, extent, timing and layout/design of the above-mentioned publications and documentaries.
Exhibitions and Presentations at the Ars Electronica Festival
The producers reserve the right to use the database in exhibitions and presentations. The participants consent to the use of the documentation material they provided in the database in such exhibitions and presentations.
Ars Electronica Archive
Ars Electronica Linz GmbH maintains an archive for the purpose of documenting digital media art and intends to make the contents of this archive accessible by interested members of the public both on site and on the internet. The Women in Media Arts Database is part of the Archive. Participants hereby consent to inclusion of all submitted material in the Ars Electronica Archive as well as to its public display both online and in the context of exhibits staged by Ars Electronica Linz GmbH.
Public Relations and Documentation
Participants hereby consent to the submitted material, as a whole or in part, being used, stored to a data storage medium, and/or made public on the internet or via some other digital medium by Ars Electronica Linz GmbH or by a third party authorized by Ars Electronica Linz GmbH for purposes of public relations, advertising & promotion, documentation, archiving or scientific research. The exercise of this right is restricted to activities for the purpose of disseminating information about and/or promoting the Women in Media Arts Database, the Ars Electronica Festival, exhibitions staged by Ars Electronica Linz GmbH and other activities by Ars Electronica. Prior consent is required for any activities that go beyond this scope and/or constitute commercial usage. In using such works, Ars Electronica Linz GmbH will accord all due consideration to the entrants’ legitimate interests but assumes no statutory duty in this connection.
Any commercial usage by the organizers or sponsors outside of the scope of the Women in Media Arts Database is strictly prohibited. The artists retain all copyrights.
The rights conveyed to the Ars Electronica Linz GmbH are unlimited with respect to their timeframe and their geographical location, but are limited to the purpose of the conveyance of rights.
By no means can an obligation on the part of Ars Electronica Linz GmbH to make public any submitted data be derived from the conveyed rights as specified here.
The entrant hereby declares that he/she is legally authorized to convey such rights to the extent specified above, that he/she has obtained any and all necessary consent from third parties as called for by regulations governing copyright, personal property rights or other such legal provisions, and that he/she is prepared to provide proof of such at any time if called upon by Ars Electronica Linz GmbH to do so.
Additional provisions with regard to rights granted within the framework of agreements concluded in conjunction with participation in the Prix or the Festival supplement the rights conveyed hereby but do not limit them in the absence of an express written agreement to the contrary.
This agreement elaborating the terms of participation in the Women in Media Arts project is governed by Austrian law with the exception of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and all norms serving as legal reference (Verweisungsnormen). The place of jurisdiction is Linz.