Step into a new digital art exhibition at Lincoln Museum and interact with a spectacular, multi-sensory, coded environment that reacts to noise, movement, and touch.
Watch as you influence how shapes change and grow into new patterns and fantastical creatures at Lincoln Museum's current exhibition in the New Curtois Gallery by international artist, Marpi.
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Digital Art that Defies Definition
CODED features a multi-screen installation of Binary Garden, and merges algorithms, touchscreen, and audio interaction, from gallery-based, local and remote audiences into a dazzling interactive artwork.
International artist Marpi makes art from the language of coding and computers. Inspired by the life and legacy of 19th century Lincolnshire mathematician, George Boole, this exhibition has been brought together to explore what happens when code is set free.
Throughout his work with musicians, artists, and performers, Marpi explores the visual and interactive possibilities of organic patterns found in machine codes. He challenges computer structures and explores how art made with code can copy organic forms.
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This exhibition has been produced in collaboration between Lincoln Museum and Lumen Art Projects.