Brighton Digital Festival has partnered with the Lumen Prize to stage an exhibition of the winners and shortlisted artists of the 2017 prize on the first stop of a year-long world tour.
The Lumen Prize celebrates the very best art created digitally. As a not-for-profit social enterprise their goal is to focus the world’s attention on this exciting genre through an annual competition, a global tour and associated activities including workshops, seminars and special events.
The list of works that will be on display at BDF17 are:
The Nemesis Machine by Stanza
Abstract Playground AP1 by Will Hurt
Slide to Expose by Nicole Ruggiero, Molly Soda & Refrakt
Desire to Stay in the Sun by Fabio Dartizio
Wiki Leaks a Love Story by Anna Ridler
Heroic Makers vs Heroic Land by Isabelle Arver
FRANK ARTifical intelligence by Cecile Waagner Falkenström
Block Bills by Matthias Dorfelt
CAPILLARIES CAPILLARIES by Tadej Droljc (UK) (Student Award)
This exhibition is produced in partnership with Cyland, who will be exhibiting an installation called "0" alongside the winners.
Also exhibited is a showreel of the winners we were unable to exhibit:
Plastic Reflectic by Thijs Biersteker (Gold Award)
Reading Plan by Lien-cheng Wang (3D/Sculpture Award)
Nothing Happens by Michelle & Uri Kranot (VR/AR Award)
Numina by Zarah Hussain (UK) (People's Choice Award)
Ad infinitum by David Glicksman and Moses Journey (Placemaking Special Commendation Award)
audiences interested in digital art, artists, students and anyone curious to see the cutting edge of digital work