Alpha-ville is a London based creative studio that operates at the cutting edge of art, technology and digital culture. Founded in 2009 as a festival of digital arts and culture, our practice focuses on the creation and production of digital projects, experiences, installations, conferences, exhibitions, educational programmes and live events. We work with a wide range of clients and partners from the art and culture, creative industries, education and public and private sectors.
At Alpha-ville we also create and run self-initiated projects such as Exchange Creative Conference, Alpha-ville Live Series & more.
The team brings along an eclectic experience in the cultural, creative and digital sectors.
Previous clients and partners include: Mobile World Capital Barcelona, Telit, Google, Microsoft, Rambert Dance Company (London), Goethe Institut (London), British Film Institute (London), London Design Festival, Victoria & Albert Museum (London) and more.
HOW WE WORK
Creation of self-initiated projects and also collaborations with partners and clients to generate fresh concepts, projects, experiences and digital platforms that connect with audiences in new and meaningful ways.
Design and curation of cutting-edge exhibitions, programmes and custom events.
Management, coordination, production, technical support, delivery.
Sale and hire of artworks, installations, digital and interactive content for online or physical spaces, which can be exhibited in flexible spaces such as conferences, hotels, corporate venues, festivals, retail spaces and more.
Strategy, creative direction, execution and training.
Alpha-ville works with a group of artists, designers, engineers, coders and producers to deliver events and projects. Our brand logo and web design has been designed by Paris based Mickael Doczekalski aka Graphset.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT US:
“In my mind, I’ve always thought that the transformational power of the moving image, and digital culture in a broader sense, is fundamental tool to explain concepts such as a change in society’s paradigm thanks to technological advances. I have always seen Alpha-ville as an agency that brings together those concepts, and that is fresh and agile – as they are always in the search for innovation and excellence in the presentation of artistic and cultural content.”Pep Salazar, Mobile World Centre Director.
“The question for most creatives is not about going digital – it’s about making it feel less digital, about making digital participation invisible and natural, making participation and interaction feel post-digital; making the tech less techy. We see this reflected back in the freshest creative and cultural work and Alpha-ville is probably where you see that most vividly in this country.”Tom Uglow, (Director of Google Creative Lab)
Alpha-ville is the London representative of the ICAS (International Cities of Advanced Sound) network. Members of this network include CTM (Berlin), Unsound (Krakow/NY), TodaysArt (The Hague), Mutek (Montreal) and FutureEverything (Manchester).