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2014 exhibition, DLAC Network

Thanks!

SONY DSCIt was great to see so many people at FACT for our Cities in Dialogue Exhibition.

Among the visitors there were students, residents, tourists, academics, community organisations and many more. They all had the chance to talk to our amazing artists, Brian Mackern (Uruguay), Bárbara Palomino (Chile), Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga (Nicaragua-US) and Marina Zerbarini (Argentina) and to explore their work. We’d like to encourage you all to explore their work further, and you can see many of their works at the following sites:

Brian Mackern:

http://netart.org.uy
http://34s56w.org
http://no-content.net
http://nadazero.org
http://encualquiermomentodespegamos.com

Bárbara Palomino:

http://barbarapalomino.com

Marina Zerbarini:

http://barbarapalomino.com

brian temproal copyRicardo Miranda Zuñiga:

http://www.ambriente.com

The exhibitions included frightening Latin American storms, amazing mini robots, tales of historical avenues in Chile, Matrix-like images of the memory of the dictatorship in Argentina and Liverpool bell-ringers. We really thank our artists for all their contributions throughout the exhibition.

Keep your eyes open for more exciting events of the AHRC-funded Latin(o) American Digital Art project coming very soon!

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