Attendees will be invited to submit questions before the event and ask them live on the night as well, with some early suggestions including:
How do you conserve and curate digital art?
Is tech just for interpretation as opposed to art?
Is digital art now a separate genre?
Who are the patrons of digital art and who is buying and collecting digital art?
For the artist, which comes first, technology or art?
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Hyperplanes of Simultaneity
LUMEN PRIZE GOLD AWARD 2016
By Fabio Giampietro & Alessio De Vecchi
This stunning artwork exists in both physical and digital realms. An imposing 10m x 3m curved canvas holding an intricatly handpainted city scape looms over the audience while VR headsets place the viewer in an all encompassing version of this strange city.
Squidsoup’s Light Water, Dark Sky
‘Light Water, Dark Sky’ was an immersive three-dimensional digital art installation that was located on a floating pontoon in the middle Leeds Dock for Light Night Leeds.
This engaging large scale art work was accompanied by a track by renowned electronica artist Four Tet, listened to via individual sets of headphones.
Friday 28th April
The Tetley Centre
for Contemporary Art & Learning
Leeds South bank,