Phoenix Brighton Gallery
14 - 23 September 2018
I curated this exhibition in partnership with the Lumen Prize, the global digital art prize. The exhibition formed part of Brighton Digital Festival 2018 and took place at Phoenix Gallery.
The work was drawn from entrants to the 2018 prize and featured a diverse programme of still image, 3D interactive installations, moving image, AR/VR and AI.
‘Uncommon Natures is about leaky boundaries, between the human and the non-human, between the digital and the analogue, between biology and binary. Uncommon Natures is what happens when computer drawing meets the physical limitations of paper and ink, when chimps use Nietzsche to lecture humans on their arrogance and when micro-organisms read, eat and tweet books.’ Laurence Hill
Exhibiting artists -
Selected images below (l-r)
Mark Lyons, Artificial Ignorance | Karolina Ziulkoski, Future Past News | Nye Thompson, Backdoored | Maeve Rendle, Exactly the Same | Irina Zadorozhnaia, Sentimentality for Jess | ACCI BABA, Eternal Return / op.2 Übermenschen | Jason Rouse, Digital Border | Cesar and Lois, Degenerative Cultures | Gallery exterior and all other photographs by Jo Thorn