Digital Arts

1 June 2020

Audiovisual and interactive online exhibition and events

Due to COVID-19 the exhibitions and events programme will be online only for the foreseeable 

This month LCB Depot’s Creative Industries programme is focusing on Digital Arts with an online exhibition and events throughout the month. In partnership with Interact Digital Arts, Acoustic Commons, Phoenix, and University of Leicester we’ll be exploring visual, sound and interactive art from artists based in Europe and the UK, including here in Leicester.

Follow #digitalarts@lcbdepot or see the events listing and gallery below for the latest

Tues 2nd June 8pm Introducing The Computer Arts Archive – Interact Digital Arts (catchup)

Tues 9th June 8pm Computer Arts Society Short Talks – Interact Digital Arts (catchup)

Friday 12 June 7pm Exhibition Opening + Live events part of Digital Arts Leicester (catchup: exhibitionSabotageMyoptikHigher Intelligence Agency

Saturday June 13th, 1-2pm: Computer Drawing with Scratch Workshop, Part of CQ Earlies family day (12-4pm) – Interact Digital Arts 

Wednesday June 17th, 6-8pm: FTP Digital Artist Meetup: Exploring Archives – Phoenix 

Friday 19 June, 8pm R10 Live Internet Broadcast (catchup) part of Digital Arts Leicester

Saturday June 20th, 3-6pm: Acoustic Commons Broadcast Drawing upon live microphones installed all over the world, the broadcast will provide a journey for the ears with performances and recordings taken from this year’s Reveil event, following the sounds of the dawn chorus from country to country.
Featuring Full of NoisesLocus SonusCONASoundcamp
PLUS Lee Patterson v M6 and pieces from Julia Parks and R L Wilson

Wednesday June 24th, 3pm Meet the Artists: For Curators and Organisations (invitation only) part of Digital Arts Leicester

Wednesday June 24th, 6-8pm: Digital Symptoms discussion – University of Leicester (catchup)
The College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities at the University of Leicester will be hosting a discussion about how COVID-19 affects our digital culture and its impact on our personal, work, education, and family life, as well as it’s political, environmental repercussions.

Friday 26 June 8-11pm Ceremony: Observances in Sound and Vision part of Digital Arts Leicester

 Exhibition see more at #digitalarts on instagram
The exhibition is made up of work from the following groups of artists

Digital Arts Leicester
Interact Digital Arts has produced a digital arts exhibition and series of online live events, supported by Arts Council England. All artists and event videos available at
Featuring Sean CarrollLeonie DuBarry-GurrJim FrizePaul MazzitelliJoem Harrison-MoranPaul RudmanAnoushka GoodwinSabotageSean Clark,
Guest Artists including Balandino Di Donato and Victoria Curtin Rivera,

Visible Bits Audible Bytes
Phoenix and DMU are revisiting work from the past 3 years of Visible Bits Audible Bytes an annual showcase of stunning, genre-breaking audiovisual works. Check them out here 201420152016201720182019. In addition they’ll be running their monthly workshop for digital artists, FTP.
Find out more at Phoenix Leicester and The Music, Technology and Innovation Centre

DMU Institute of Creative Technologies: DigiPlays
Kat RhodesCraig ApplebySian Evans

Featured CAS50 artists
Sean ClarkStephen ScrivenerStephen Bell
Find out about the Computer Arts Archive here. Sean Clark’s introduction to it here

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