DATE 29.10.2021 & 07.11.2021
LOCATION Festival & Online
ASN contributed to Brighton Digital Festival 2021 by sharing the AR exhibition: Capture the Future(s): Our Bio-Tech Planet, The Routes to Roots Networks & Beyond with the Festival participants, globally.
Brighton Digital Festival (BDF) is a platform that supports and encourages people across the city to experience and explore digital technology and culture. It is a biennial programme directed by Lighthouse. This year’s edition took place from 29 October to 7 November.
The ART & SCIENCE NODE AR app constitutes the meeting ground between art and innovation in science and technology, providing a wide survey of artworks created by artists inspired by scientific research and collaborating with scientists in the field of life sciences and biotechnology. The AR environment enables viewers to experience 14 artworks anywhere they choose (the beach, a garden, the city centre or at home) and create their own juxtapositions and narratives.
The exhibition features: Andre Bartetzki (DE), Marta Bączyk (PL), Anna Dumitriu (UK), Alex May (UK), Marille Hahne (DE/CH), Joanna Hoffmann (PL/DE), Larys Lubowicki (PL), Pei-Ying Lin (TW/NL), Paulina Misiak (PL), Jill Scott (AU/CH), Piotr Słomczewski (PL), Maria Subczyńska (PL), Jadwiga Subczyńska (PL), Diana Taukin (BY/PL)
The App is available free on Google Play & App Store