With Brighton Digital Festival now in our rear-view mirror, Lumen is returning in East London’s Winns Gallery where we’ll be opening our family-friendly Adventures of Digital Art show on November 15th as part of Waltham Forest’s Digital Month. This interactive exploration of digital art will allow visitors of all ages to be part of the creative process, turning themselves into artists by stepping inside, touching or speaking to prize-winning Lumen art.
Come along between 10am to 5pm daily and move planets with Fabio Dartizio’s ‘A Desire to Stay in the Sun’ or see your touch translated into blazes of colour by Rhythm, a touch-me, life-size interactive installation. Other works include Nathan Selikoff’s Audiograph, a giant clock that responds to your voice; Abstract Playground API, a arcade game with a difference by Will Hurt; Blortasia, a Virtual Reality fantasy land created by Kevin Mack plus the projected playgrounds of FLORA by Philipp Artus and Multiples by Genetic Moo which form creatures and animations which will climb up the walls.
The show’s opening is Nov 15th from 6-8pm – do come and enjoy a drink and meet some of the artists. The event is free but please book your place here. There will also be free creative coding workshops for children by the talented due, Genetic Moo, on Nov 18th at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Links to book places can be found here.
Adventures in Digital Art will run from Nov 15-21st daily. Hope to see you there!
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