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Future Shock, a major new exhibition of leading international artists and collectives working at the cutting-edge of audio-visual technology

Vanishing Point by United Visual Artists UVA

Fact and 180 Studios present Future Shock, a major new exhibition of leading international artists and collectives working at the cutting-edge of audio-visual technology.

Re assembli by Ryoichi Kurokawa

Blurring the boundaries between the physical and the virtual, Future Shock will present immersive installations that transform 180 Studios’ subterranean spaces through mesmerising and pioneering digital technology – from generative and interactive algorithms, AI, and 3D digital mapping, to spellbinding laser work, holographic projections, and ground-breaking electronic music.

Neo Surf still by Genera8tion

Including numerous UK and world premieres, Future Shock features those pioneers at the apex of sound and vision who are redefining space to create a new kind of artistic experience:

Neo Surf still by Genera8tion

Ryoichi Kurokawa, Caterina Barbieri, Lawrence Lek, Actual Objects, Weirdcore, UVA, Gener8ion, Gaika, Tundra, Hamil Industries, Nonotak Studio, Ben Kelly, Object Blue.

Future Shock opens at 180 Studios at 180 The Strand from 28 April – 28 August MORE

 

 

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