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Where Shapes Come From is a film installation by Semiconductor which considers how science translates nature on an atomic scale.
The eighth annual Visible Bits Audible Bytes brought together another set of stunning, genre-breaking audiovisual works to Phoenix.
No Copyright Infringement Intended brought together work by a group of artists exploring the relationship between copyright and culture in the digital age
In Desire for Data, teenagers hang out at a party while unbeknownst to them, mathematicians observe their interactions in an attempt to derive a love formula
Play, learn and create with amazing new technologies at this year’s Digital Playground, part of the Spark Festival
Neither One Thing or Another brings together two new films from 2017 Jerwood/FVU Awards winners Patrick Hough and Lawrence Lek.
Discover the filmmakers of tomorrow with Playback – an interactive exhibition showcasing award-winning new short films from across the country
Mangala For All is an installation by Anglo-Indian design studio Superflux, exploring what India’s space programme means to its people - shedding light on ideas of nationhood, geopolitics and the space race
Presented alongside Reading List, this screening brings together the work of seven Taiwanese artists to explore what happens when we take a step back from full-on digital exposure
Taiwanese artist Wu Chi-Yu explores censorship and national identity in this new film installation Reading List, commissioned by Phoenix and Videoclub in association with Osmosis Festival Taipei.
Little City Studio is a day-long festival of films, discussions and performances exploring process, production and performance in artist’s moving image
Ritual presents recent work by artist filmmakers from Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia
This screening brings together three recent films by leading artist filmmaker Lawrence Lek, followed by an audience discussion led by De Montfort University’s Tracy Harwood and Luba Elliott