The Augmented Mind

7–9 Jun 2019

The biggest festival of digital art and culture in Slovakia. Sensorium gathers an international community of artists, designers and technologists for its conference programme, interactive exhibition, live performances and cross-disciplinary workshops.

7–9 June 2019



Speakers & Artists



Sensorium is a festival with conference, workshops & showcase bridging the fields of computational art, design and performance.

It is the genre-defining platform to experience possible futures of the creative industry on the crossover of art, design and technology. Immerse yourself in the world of dynamic and interactive installations, AI, graphics, data visualisations, generative architecture, design and virtual reality. Internationally established artists and designers who use computation as a creative practice will get together in Bratislava to discuss their projects, processes and ideas. Sensorium is a first-of-its-kind educational event in Slovakia on the crossover of art, design and technology.

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Augmented Attention Lab

For four days, the Augmented Attention Lab will bring together a wide range of participants to explore technologies and practices that focus our attention towards sensing varied intensities of change within our environment. We invite makers to collaboratively build new wearable / portable tools and develop sensory practices, that augment the body in order to sense environmental changes, happening at the threshold of the human sensory spectrum.

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Festival Advisors

  • Mária Rišková - director of Slovak Design Center
  • Carmen Salas - creative director, curator & producer, founder of Alpha-ville


Main Partner


Main media partners

Denník N Rádio FM RTVS


Creative Industries NL Goethe Institut Polish institute


Kultúrne leto ADMA Bratislava Stare mesto A4 Hotel Tatra Slovak Design Center TodaysArt

Festival is realised under official support of the mayor of the Old-Town Bratislava and mayor of the City of Bratislava

Media partners

Designum Kapitál A2larm DeTePe MacBlog PC Revue Swine Daily