Digital technologies are no longer just part of our everyday lives: they are not only present in work processes, leisure activities, our dealings with society, culture and nature as well as in personal relationships, but have also developed into powerful structures. Their influence on our social, political and economic behavior is enormous. In addition to the fascination triggered by the diverse potential of AI, we see how it simultaneously perpetuates existing power structures and how social tensions are intensified and driven. This is where our artistic processes come in: The digital art productions draw attention to the manipulative potentials in addition to aesthetic focal points; anti-democratic narratives that are released in the digital field are analyzed so that new artistic narrative and encounter formats emerge against this backdrop.