Ones and zeros: V&A presents showcase of digital design

21.10.2009 London : Digital : Decode: Digital Design Sensations

London – Digital and interactive design are the focus of a forthcoming exhibition at the V&A museum. ‘Decode: Digital Design Sensations’, which was curated in collaboration with digital arts organisation onedotzero, will include digitally growing plants and a mechanical eye that mirrors the blinks of visitors’ eyes. In a first for the gallery, the V&A has also commissioned a digital work for its website and will provide remote access to some of the works.

The exhibition explores three main themes: user interaction in digital art; the use of computer code to create new, organic designs; and the network of digital traces left behind by everyday communications.

As the line between our online and offline lives increasingly blurs, the importance for brands to offer a seamless experience increases. With its new show, the V&A will bring the arts into this new dimension.

Decode: Digital Design Sensations runs from 8 December 2009 to 11 April 2010.

Dune by Daan Roosegaarde Dune by Daan Roosegaarde
Prototype from the Flowers Series by Daniel Brown Prototype from the Flowers Series by Daniel Brown
Weave Mirror by Daniel Rozin Weave Mirror by Daniel Rozin
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