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Brighton Digital Festival artist’s show an eye-opener
6:00am Thursday 26th September 2013 in News
A pioneering digital artist has revealed the invisible signals that surround us every day.
As part of the Brighton Digital Festival Timo Arnall, one of Europe’s leading digital practitioners, along with a network of collaborators, has revealed the invisible infrastructure which makes up our technological world at Lighthouse.
The exhibition combines the artist’s key works such as Immaterials: Light Painting WiFi (2011), Robot Readable World (2012) and Experiments in Field Drawings (2008) along with the premiere of new works.
The exhibition runs daily, 11am- 6pm at the Lighthouse in Kensington Street until September 30
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