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

dave miller dave.miller.uk at gmail.com
Mon Nov 18 13:12:07 CET 2013

sounds good ...but £165!

On 18 November 2013 12:00, netbehaviour <netbehaviour at furtherfield.org> wrote:
> 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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