Five shows to catch in Brighton Digital Festival this week

Five shows to catch in Brighton Digital Festival this week

Five shows to catch in Brighton Digital Festival this week

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Brighton Mini Maker Faire 2014 Brighton Dome Corn Exchange, Church Street, Saturday, September 6, 10am to 6pm, £6/£8, 01273 709709 MORE than 4,000 visitors are expected to attend Brighton Digital Festival's flagship event, which sees 70 makers show off their wares and lead workshops in the latest technology and arts and crafts techniques.

Look out for robotics, roving Daleks, 3D chocolate printing and a walking skeleton.

Visit Remix The Museum Brighton Museum And Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton, Saturday, September 6, to Sunday, September 28, Tues to Sun 10am to 5pm, free.

ANIMATOR Dave Packer teams up with Brighton Youth Film Festival to create an alternative mash-up of the museum collection and building's secret stories.

Visit I Dream Of Wires St George's Church, St George's Road, Kemp Town, Brighton, Tuesday, September 9, 7pm, £6/£7.

ELECTRONIC pioneers Gary Numan, Vince Clark, Trent Reznor, Factory Floor and John Foxx are among the contributors to a new documentary about the death and rebirth of the modular synthesiser The screening will be introduced by Stephen Mallinder of cult Sheffield band Cabaret Voltaire.

Visit The New Sublime Phoenix Brighton, Waterloo Place, Saturday, September 6, to Saturday, September 27, Wed to Sat 11am to 5pm, free.

THE New Sublime returns for its second year combining digital and traditional approaches to art from all over the world.

Among the 13 artists taking part in the exhibition, which has been curated by The Fortunecats, are LIA, Julian Oliver, Scenocosme, Jan Vantomme and Marcel Schwittlick.

Visit Undercurrent Brighton Square, Brighton, Wednesday, September 10, to Tuesday, September 30, 10am to 6pm, free A NEW interactive installation by designer Coralie Gourguechon and artist Natalie Kane using handmade paper speakers activated by people moving around in the space.

The sounds come from electronic items used in our everyday lives, from laptop fans to ticking servers.


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