/ˌsɪmbɪˈəʊsɪs,-bʌɪ- /
-An interdependent or mutually beneficial relationship between two persons, groups, organisms, etc.

Digital Arts Computing Students of Goldsmiths University of London have come together to exhibit an array of diverse art works that investigate and explore the close relationship between art and technology.

In this age of exponential technological advancements, computers have become an ever growing and unavoidable part of our everyday lives. Twenty-two international students from computing and art backgrounds examine the possibilities of this mutually beneficial relationship and highlight its perhaps darker, dysfunctional possibilities as well.

Students have explored themes of surveillance, big data, antisocial networks, tattoos, cyber feminism, the intimacy of human eye contact and much more. The exhibited artworks consist of interactive installations, artificial intelligence, photography and even classical forms of art, such as painting and sculpture.

Opening night

Thursday, 28 April 2016, 17:30 - 21:30 BST

Free Entry

Also open on Friday 29th April 10:00 - 19:00

St James Hatcham Church
Goldsmiths, University of London
SE14 6AD

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(Zone 2)

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