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Tickets for V&A Digital Design

Tickets for the Digital Design Weekend at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London are now available on Event Brite. Now in its fifth year, the V&A Digital Design Weekend brings together artists, designers, engineers and scientists celebrating the intersections of art, design and technology.

The Latin(o) American Digital Art Project, led by Claire Taylor, are participating in the weekend, and will be presenting a new, interactive version of This Too Shall Pass// Affective Cartographies,  the multimedia art work developed by their Artist in Residence, Brian Mackern, during his residency in Liverpool in 2014. For this artwork, Brian reworked the footage obtained through his dérives (a series of unplanned journeys along an urbanscape) in Liverpool, and this is then remixed in the artwork by different parameters controlled by Liverpool’s “socio economic historic curve” of the last century.

As well as the artwork itself, there will be plenty of other activities, including a do-it-yourself postbox, postcards for sharing the dialogues across cities, participation in Twitter Galleries, and more.

Tickets are free, and we hope to see many of our readers there!



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