Tag: London

“It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt” by art duo The London Police

Amsterdam based art duo, The London Police, show cast their new artwork which mixes digital editing, photography, printing and canvas pieces. The StolenSpace Gallery says: “For inspiration, TLP have leaned on the memories of their athletic exploits growing up: The … Continue reading


The Light Show

The exhibition, in this way, also demonstrates that despite technological and digital advances, a physical presence can still be essential in gaining a real feel for an exhibition such as this one. The exhibition, which is on at the Hayward Gallery, part of the Southbank Centre, will be available to the public until May. Continue reading


Alasdair and Jock Projecting onto Buckingham Palace

Animation duo Alasdair and Jock had their animation piece “Must Be Love” projected on enormous screens at Buckingham Palace during celebrations of the Queen’s diamond jubilee. Continue reading


Oskar Fischinger exhibition

“In 1926, the German filmmaker Oskar Fischinger pioneered one of the first immersive multimedia performances using abstract films, creating dynamic new possibilities for cinema as an art form. This installation is a reconstruction of Fischinger’s performances from around 1926 by … Continue reading


Gerard Byrne: A state of neutral pleasure

“Renowned for his films installations which re-enact conversations from specific historic moments, Irish artist Gerard Byrne’s (b. 1969) work explores the way we understand the present through revisiting the past. Premiering in the UK is A man and a woman … Continue reading


‘Rain Room’ at London’s Barbican

The exhibition entitled ‘Rain Room’ was created by Hannes Koch, Florian Ortkrass and Stuart Wood, three contemporary artists and graduates from the Royal College of Art in London. It features a digitalized simulation of the sounds, humidity and visual experience of rainfall… but without getting wet. The unique installation is yet another example of how the role of digital technology is taking audience participation, response and interaction to the next level within the world of art. Continue reading


OpenCulture2013

How museums can deliver services that are relevant, well-run and participatory will be the programme theme for OpenCulture 2013, The Collection Trust’s flagship event is be presented on 2-3 July 2013 at the Kia Oval in London. Continue reading


emoto, London 2012

emoto is a unique data art project that sets out to visualise the online emotional response to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The collected emotion data is captured and visualised into an artwork which can be experienced via a web-based visualisation, on-site installations, and an ’emoto in London’ mobile app. Continue reading


Teleperformance: collaborating towards new artistic forms.

New technologies have opened new perspectives in the artistic field. Nowadays, numerous artistic and cultural projects use those technologies as tools, subjects or medium to explore and express new visions of the real and virtual worlds. One of these technologies, … Continue reading


Powerless Structures, Fig 101

A beautiful new sculpture which is set to change the way digital media communicates and connects with traditional art forms was recently unveiled on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square in central London. Continue reading