The artists exhibiting explored a range of important questions about our ever-changing and increasingly dependent relationship with technology.
Using a variety of media, the artists invited audiences to reflect on their own reality and think about how new advances in technology might affect our daily lives. Interactive machines and augmented realities took over the gallery spaces to highlight pertinent themes of how technology might simultaneously govern us, whilst also offering new possibilities and freedom.
All of the participating artists were winners or finalists of the Lumen Prize for Digital Art, a UK-based award that runs a global juried competition as well as exhibitions and events around the world. They are ::vtol:: (RU), Rachel Ara (UK), Stanza (UK), Molly Soda (US) Nicole Ruggiero (US), Refrakt (DE), Carla Gannis (US) and Anna Ridler (UK).
Suki Seokyeong Kang
Place To Place: Liverpool Biennial Touring Programme
Jamie Reid XXXXX: Fifty Years of Subversion and The Spirit
Measures of Life by The Lumen Prize for Digital Art
A Duckie Summer Tea Party / LGBT50
Candoco Dance Company Face In by Yasmeen Godder Photography by Hugo Glendinning
IETM Hull 2019 Plenary Meeting
Contains Strong Language
Act VII: Land of Green Ginger
John Grant's North Atlantic Flux: Sounds from Smoky Bay
Hull Truck Theatre