11 February – 10 April 2011
Garage Center for Contemporary Culture
19A Ulitsa Obraztova
The exhibition Decode: Digital Design Sensations was originally curated and organised by the V&A Museum in partnership with onedotzero. After touring to Beijing at the end of 2010, the exhibition was presented in Moscow.
The exhibition includes data.scan by Ryoji Ikeda, an installation composed of computational code, with data collected from two investigative studies, one mapping the stars, the other mapping the human body. Ikeda joins artists such as Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, John Maeda and Julius Popp and designer Daniel Brown to exhibit the cutting edge in digital and interactive art and design, from small screen based graphics to large-scale installations.
data.scan was commissioned by Surrey Art Gallery, Canada and co-produced by Forma
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