The Prix Ars Electronica is the most richly traditional media art competition in the world. Awarded annually since 1987, it is considered a trend barometer for global media art, thanks to its continuity and the large number of high-quality submissions. Containing many pictures, essays, and statements from the jury, the book gathers together the works awarded prizes in 2019 in the categories of Computer Animation, Digital Music & Sound Art, Artificial Intelligence & Life Art, and u19 ¬ñ Create Your World. The book also again features a ¬ìbest-of¬î the works selected for the STARTS Prize, sponsored by the European Commission. This highly lucrative competition focuses on innovative projects that intersect with science, technology, and art (= Science, Technology and ARTS).