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Artists – various, international group exhibition

Sat 18 November 2017 – Sun 25 February 2018

Engaging with art can be an emotional experience - performance, sculpture, painting or music can all touch us beyond words – yet technology is often considered mechanical, cold or inhuman. So how can artists show new perspectives on life, emotion and relationships by using digital technologies to connect human beings and digital?

This exhibition of nine international artists allows you to experience a range of emotional and physical reactions to their artworks that explore the links between humans, machines and technology, both now and in the future.


Alexis Langevin-Tétrault (CA)

Sat 31 March 2018
The Aldridge Studio

A composer and performer, Alexis has contributed to many international electronic music projects under various guises. In his latest project, he explores live interpretation of electronic sound using a network of strings, AV and sound. 

Interferences (String Network) offers an allegory of the modern globalized and interconnected world in which the individual seeks to draw a sense of his experience and tries to retain his freedom of action.


Artists – a collaboration between Invisible Flock (UK) and Quicksand (India)

Ongoing  | Online interactive project using App software 

DUET is an ambitious piece of work about finding space for reflection, expression and connection in our daily lives. DUET anonymously connects participants from the UK and India, allowing them to build a unique relationship with someone on the other side of the world for up to a year. Participants are invited to exchange details of their lives by answering one question a day through an app. Prompted by duet, a participant gradually builds a picture of their partner and their surroundings through shared messages. 

The app is now live and can be downloaded for both iPhone and Android.

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