Blink and you might just have missed the quick pace at which technology has developed over the last 30 years, but lucky for us the Digital Revolution exhibition at London’s Barbican Centre has captured it perfectly, with an amazing interactive exhibition.
From the first ever computer game, to Will.i.am’s giant singing robot, this immersive experience is home to the works of some of the world’s most innovative filmmakers, architects, musicians and game developers.
We don’t want to give away too much, but head to the exhibition and lose yourself in a digital world of interactive play! Head to the Barbican website for more information. LGHQx
Chris Milk’s ‘The Treachery of Sanctuary’
Will.i.am and Yuri Suzuki’s ‘Pyramidi’
Varvara Guljajeva and Mar Canet’s ‘Wishing Wall’
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