Wunderkammer invites you to create your own cabinet of curiosities in augmented reality by bringing objects, outdoor phenomena, and smaller spatial experiments by Olafur to your home or environment
Modern Times, an exhibition of new work by Sinta Tantra curated by Guillaume Vandame at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery
The first event in the Future Focus: Art Hack Practice series will be exploring shifting spaces of production, labour and artistic practice in a precarious world.
The film ‘Time Bascule’ by artist Di Mainstone, commissioned by Tower Bridge in celebration of their 125th Anniversary.
On Thursday 30th April, The City of Helsinki is celebrating its annual May Day holiday by inviting citizens to participate in a virtual celebration with one of the country’s popular artists.
The World of Anno Mitsumasa, showcasing a selection of a lifetime of work by Anno Mitsumasa, Japan’s literary figure perhaps as beloved in Japan as the illustrator Quentin Blake is in the UK
The lighting technology exists to vividly express ourselves on the walls of our homes and workspaces. Then why aren’t more people doing it?
Echelon, an interactive audio-visual installation by Danish digital art group Vertigo, has been unveiled at the foot of London’s Centre Point, in the newly opened St Giles Square.
Semiosphere is an immersive sound sculpture by Brigitta Zics, part of The Death of the Web Exhibition open until 26 April 2020 at Ludwig Museum Budapest.