The Lumen Prize is delighted to be returning to Waltham Forest's Winns Gallery in Lloyds Park with the exciting, interactive show Adventures in Digital Art. Bringing past and present Lumen Prize artists together, this exhibition is brought to you as part of Waltham Forest's Digital Month and will run from November 16 - 21.
Come along between 10am to 5pm daily and move planets with Fabio Dartizio's A Desire to Stay in the Sun or see your touch translated into blazes of colour by Rhythm, a haptic interactive installation. Other works on display include Nathan Selikoff's interactive clock, Audiograph, Will Hurt's Abstract Playground API, an arcade game with a difference, Blortasia, a VR fantasy land created by Kevin Mack plus the projected playgrounds of FLORA by Philipp Artus and Multiples by Genetic Moo.
Open to all ages, the show actively encourages the audience to become part of the creative process.
Venue: Winns Gallery, Forest Road, E17 4PP, in the Aveling Centre, Lloyd Park, Walthamstow.
Alongside the exhibition, Lumen Prize artists Genetic Moo will be running Creative Coding Workshops. Suitable for children aged 8 - 14 and free of charge.
To book your free place, please use these links:
11am Creative Coding Workshop at Winns Gallery, November 18
1pm Creative Coding Workshop at Winns Gallery, November 18
3pm Creative Coding Workshops at Winns Gallery, November 18