An exhibition exploring how digital interfaces and technological tools are reshaping our personal, professional and ecological relationships.
Ugly Duck works to programme a diverse range of creative projects, exploring fields such as science, activism, information & technology, and social/cultural issues.
In our recent call for proposals we invited artists to reflect on the question: How much is technology changing human behaviours?
Anamorphic Waves (11th - 14th April) is an exhibition exploring how digital interfaces and technological tools are reshaping our personal, professional and ecological relationships, and how they have modified our view of love, sexuality and gender.
During this three day group exhibition, the audience will discover more than 25 emerging artists from the UK and Europe whilst exploring our Tanner Street location, formerly a victorian factory.
Anamorphic Waves will present a collection of diverse works including; interactive light sculpture, brain wave prints, video art, Virtual Gardens, Artificial Intelligence, alternative universes, musical machines alongside many other creative investigations.
This exhibition will surprise you, invite you to play and rethink our relationship with technology.
Exhibition launch: 11th April 6pm - 9pm
Exhibition Dates: Friday 12th - Sunday 14th
Sian Fan, De Lovie, FC Izaac, Isadora Petrauskas, Tivon Rice, ONUT, Marie Molins, Rebecca Culverhouse, Matthew Warshaw, Erik Lintunen & Julie Maurin, Monica Tolia, Lesley-Ann Daly, Lottie Bolster, Phenotypica, The Nave, Ruini Shi, Kate Lowe, Gareth Bunting, S.F.Batchelor, Mike Fell, Sophie Popper, Benjamin Dresner - Reynolds, Daria Jelonek and Perry-James Sugden (Above&Below), Kate Davis, Susannah Pal, Guillaume Brinas, Jill Laudet, Magma Kitchen, Iseult Perrault & Felicien Rousseau, Aldo Cupido, Tabita Rezaire, Clemence Debaig
Curated by Geraldine Atger
Dates & times
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|11 Apr 2019||
6:00pm - 9:00pm
|12 Apr 2019||12:00pm - 9:00pm|
|13 Apr 2019||12:00pm - 5:00pm|
|14 Apr 2019||12:00pm - 5:00pm|
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