Decode: Digital design exhibition at the V&A
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Decode: Digital design exhibition at the V&A

Digital visualisation of the Bit.Code project by Julius Popp, 2009

Dates: 8 December – 11 April | Location: The Porter Gallery, V&A Museum, London

Decode is a collaboration between the V&A and onedotzero to celebrate digital and interactive design. The exhibition explores three themes: code, looking at how computer programming can create and aid ever-changing design. Interactivity, exploring works that can be directly influenced by the viewer. Network, documenting digital communications and social interactions that leave traces behind.

Digital technology is providing new tools for artists and designers. Innovative, often interactive, displays use generative software, animation and other responsive technologies to install a ‘live’ element into contemporary artworks. Some works exist in a state of perpetual evolution; others are altered by the behavior of the spectator.

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