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The Canvas of Resonance is an installation by Kenny Wong inspired by the way metal sheets were used to produce sound effects in the pre-digital age.
The seventh annual Visible Bits, Audible Bytes brought more stunning, genre-breaking works of audiovisual art to Phoenix.
Introduced by Anna Lucas, this programme of films by Ben Rivers brings together a selection of recent works alongside two short early films.
East Asia Moving presents recent work by artist filmmakers from China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Singapore, giving a brief glimpse into moving image practices from East Asia.
Canary Songs is a sound and choral performance by the artist Teresa Dillon, inspired by the women who worked in UK munitions factories during WW1.
The second in our regular Artists' Film screenings in partnership with the ICA comes from Turner Prize winning artist Duncan Campbell.
Come down to the Spark Festival at Phoenix to play, learn and invent with brilliant new creative technologies.
Framed Expanse was an exhibition of new work by Luci Eldridge and Meg Rahaim exploring how landscape is represented by digital technologies.
Selected from an international open-call, the eight films in this programme explore frontiers beyond the cinema space. Part of The Short Cinema Film Festival
Phoenix is excited to bring Ocean of Light - an unforgettable experience which immerses the viewer in colour and light - to this year’s Diwali Lights Switch-On.
Speaking Spaces is an offsite exhibition developed by three Leicester based artists who have been taking part in the Phoenix Interact Labs bursary scheme.
Phoenix is proud to present Mr. Nobody, a solo show of new work by Kitty Clark commissioned especially for our Cube Gallery.
Circuit Breaker features a series of short films by artists who use new technologies in their work.
Both Sides Now 3 – Final Frontiers brings together a collection of film and video from China and Hong Kong that explores displacement, migration and memory
Silent Signal is an ambitious group exhibition that brings together six artists working with animation and six leading biomedical scientists.
Chinese legendary musician and poet Yan Jun is joined by special guests in an evening of provocations, noise, text and collective contortions