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Technology has changed art, and this is what it looks like

03
Jul
2014

This summer, Londons Barbican Centre plays host to Digital Revolution, a major new exhibition that explores the impact of technology on art over the past four decades. The exhibition begins with a gallery called Digital Archaeology that highlights key moments in the UKs technological awakening. With the history of technology changing art established, Digital Revolution then showcases a number of new works from contemporary artists and entertainers, culminating in a spectacular interactive laser exhibit from Umbrellium. Included in the exhibit is a new collaboration between Japanese designer Yuri Suzuki and will.i.am, four interactive pieces from Googles DevArt project, and a small area showing indie games.

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