[NetBehaviour] Announcing Alpha-ville Exchange // 17.01.2014// Rich Mix Cinema and Arts Centre, London//

netbehaviour netbehaviour at furtherfield.org
Mon Nov 18 13:00:51 CET 2013

Alpha-ville announces the launch of Alpha-ville EXCHANGE - a new series 
of events designed to give the London art, tech and creative communities 
the opportunity to connect, exchange ideas, get inspired and discover 
new talent. EXCHANGE 1 brings together some of the world's most talented 
artists and creatives of today to talk about their practice, influences 
and recent works.

For more info, please visit: alpha-ville.co.uk/exchange

Alpha-ville Exchange 1
Friday 14.01.2014 09:30 - 18:30
Rich Mix Cinema and Arts Centre

Alpha-vile EXCHANGE 1 features:

Berlin-based artist & scenographer is part of a new generation of 
artists who find an outlet on multiple platforms. He is currently 
working on an ambitious production for the Dutch National Ballet and the 
Royal Opera House.

Field is a London-based studio for digital art and design led by 
co-founders Marcus Wendt and Vera-Maria Glahn. Field creates expressive 
and dynamic artworks for digital platforms, galleries, festivals and 
public installations.

Hellicar & Lewis use art, technology and design to create groundbreaking 
experiences that take people into the moment to impart lasting memories.

London based visual artist investigating the figurative and the 
abstract, the old and the new. His work explores photography, geometry, 
time-based digital sculptures and immersive audiovisual installations 
and performances.

Acclaimed visual artist Shantell Martin is expanding conventional 
definitions of drawing and animation to transform visual experience in 
the design, fashion, and music industries.

Sougwen’s interdisciplinary process spans drawing, video, animation, 3d, 
sound and installation. She creates connections between traditional art 
and the immersive possibilities of new technologies.

Stefanie’s work ranges from data visualisation and information design to 
commissioned data art for a variety of clients. She focuses on the 
visual representation of language, literature, or numbers.

More artists to be announced soon.

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