Thanks to all the artists from all over the world who entered our 2018 Call for Entries. The International Selection Committee is now busy reviewing the works, The Longlist will be published on August 1 when the vote for People’s Choice Award opens.
Finalists will be announced on September 1. Winners will be revealed on September 27th at the Frontline Club in London and live on Facebook. Stay tuned!
People's Choice Vote Open
For a whole month, vote on your favorite longlisted artists.
2018 Shortlist Published
Winners Announced at the Frontline Club
Call for Entries Open
Moving Image Award
Still Image Award
People’s Choice Award
The BCS AI Award
The Meural Student Award
The judging of the Lumen Prize is done in two stages. The longlist is determined by our international selection committee of curators, artists and academics. This longlist is then reviewed by the judging panel, who select the finalists and winners.
Digital curator at the Museum of London
Foteini develops the museum’s digital collecting activities and identifies opportunities for acquiring digital material to enhance and enrich the museum’s collections.
Conservation Manager, Time-Based Media, Tate
Louise manages Time-Based Media conservation at Tate, one of the world’s leading contemporary art institutions, which owns Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives. Louise plays a leading role in developing the conservation specialism of Time-Based Media, supporting R&D in standards of care.
Chair emeritus of the School of Visual Arts (SVA), New York, MFA computer art department
Bruce is a widely-exhibited artist, author of ‘Art of the Digital Age’ and director of the New York Digital Salon.
Digital programmes manager, V&A Museum, London, and head of new media arts, Watermans, London
Irini runs digital programmes for the V&A, the world’s largest art and design museum, and manages its ‘Digital Design Weekends’. She also curates regular digital art shows for Watermans arts centre in west London.
Professor, Pratt Institute, department of digital arts
An internationally-recognised visual artist working with digital media, Carla Gannis is based in New York and professor at the Pratt Institute in the department of digital arts. Since 2003, she has had 20 solo exhibits, many of which carry her common conceptual elements of power, sexuality and storytelling. Carla won the 2016 Lumen Founder’s award.
Head of media lab at China's Central Academy of Fine Arts
Based in Beijing, Fei Jun is the head of the media lab and professor in interactive media art at China’s Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), curator of the Beijing Media Art Biennale and a working artist. His art and design work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and has received many awards.