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New Realities

“It is no longer about logging on or off, but rather living within and creating harmony with the realms and constructs of the internet for our newest generation of inhabitants.” Mark Dorf, Path_ (2013).

NEW REALITIES

The exhibition New Realities explores the current art and cultural landscape through the work of 30 artists, designers and musicians from around the globe. It reflects on concepts brought by the integration of digital and the internet into our society. The artists involved use digital technologies to express their interests, perspectives and visions of a new cultural reality that is breaking b...

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From Digital to Post-Digital

Alpha-ville created an exhibition as part of the Alpha-ville 2011 Festival to address the transition from a digital to a post-digital culture, looking beyond technology at how human behaviours such as collaboration, participation and interaction are redefining the creative practice and society itself; and how the physical boundaries between reality and online are being blurred.

The exhibition featured a programme of physical, digital and interactive installations, workshops, open labs, talks, performances, web experiments and more. Some of the highlights of the programme included:

CELL installed at Alpha-v...

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Visionary Cities

Whitechapel Gallery, London (2010) An evening exhibition around the theme of Visionary Cities. Highlights from the programme included a showcase of work by graduates from Unit 15 at the Bartlett School of Architecture – a course that specialises in the use of film, motion graphics and animation in architecture; design interaction projects from Ka Fai Choy and Gerard Rallo, both graduates from the RCA; and a digital print installation by Korean artist Jinhyuk Ko; and Revisit, a twitter data visualisation piece by German data artist Moritz Stefaner.

The exhibition programme was accompanied by a series of live p...

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