Digital Art and Computer Art Exhibitions
Event Two at the Royal College of Art, London (2019).
Interact Digital Arts has been running digital and computer art exhibitions and events in Leicester and elsewhere for over 10 years. One of our core aims is to bring world-class digital art to Leicester and promote Leicester's digital artists beyond the city. Most exhibitions are accompanied by an "Interact Live" audiovisual event and many have a workshop programme.
Between 2011 and 2012 Interact ran its own Interact Gallery space as part of Fabrika in Leicester. Following this project, in 2014 we began a working relationship with the LCB LightBox Gallery at the LCB Depot in Leicester. This has so far resulted in 11 full exhibitions at the LCB, together with many pop-up shows, live events and workshops. We have a number of exhibitions in the planning stage that we hope to be able to host at the LCB Depot in the future, before presenting the connecting narrative behind the exhibition series as part of a retrospective.
Interact Digital Arts has also organised exhibitions at the Royal College of Art, London; the 729 Art Cafe in Guangzhou. China; the BCS in Moorgate, London; Brighton Digital Festival; and at the V&A Digital Design Weekend.
Many of the items we have exhibited over the years have been retained and they form the basis of our own art collection. Custodianship of CAS50 Collection of digital artworks we began putting together in 2018 has been transferred to the Computer Arts Archive.
April 2022. Leicester Digital Art Pioneers. An exhibition of work by pioneering Leicester Digital artists. The first exhibition a developing project to capture Leicester's role in the development of early digital arts.
March 2022. The Light Café at Beta X, Church Gate, Leicester. A weekend exhibition of light works made by local artists, plus work from local school-age children.
December 2019. Interact'19. An exhibition of artwork by Leicester digital artists. With Interact Live event. LCB Lightbox Gallery, Leicester.
September 2019 - March 2020. The CAS50 Collection. Exhibition of 20 artworks from the CAS50 Collection installed with the opening of the new BCS offices. Moorgate, London.
September 2019. Event Two at the Digital Design Weekend. Showing work from the CAS50 Collection. V&A, London.
August 2019. CAS50: Phase 2. Exhibition of the new additions to the CAS50 Collection, With Interact Live event. LCB Lightbox Gallery, Leicester.
July 2019. Event Two. Including a major showing of the full CAS50 collection. The Royal College of Art, London.
December 2018. Interact'18. An exhibition of artwork by Leicester digital artists. With Interact Live event. LCB Lightbox Gallery, Leicester.
November 2018. Innovation Connections. An exhibition of artwork produced by Chinese students, together with work by Leicester snd UK digital artists. 729 Art Cafe, Guangzhou, China.
September 2018. The CAS50 Collection. Exhibition of the CAS50 Collection as part of the Brighton Digital Festival. Phoenix Art Space, Brighton.
June 2018. CAS50: Phase 1. The first exhibition of work from the CAS50 Collection of digital artworks in print. With Interact Live event. LCB Lightbox Gallery, Leicester.
April 2018. Creative Connections. An exhibition of artwork produced by Chinese students, together with work by Leicester snd UK digital artists. 729 Art Cafe, Guangzhou, China.
December 2017. Resonance: Patterns of Connection. Joint exhibition of work by Sean Clark and Esther Rolinson. LCB Lightbox Gallery, Leicester.
June 2017. Cyberculture: The Beginning of the Modern World. An exploration of the digital culture of the 1990s. With Phorward>> live event. LCB Lightbox Gallery, Leicester.
December 2016. A Cybernetic Ecology. A solo exhibition by Sean Clark. LCB Lightbox Gallery, Leicester.
August 2016. Microworld Leicester: Experiments in Digital Art. A week of child-friendly digital art activities with Genetic Moo. With Interact Live event. Highcross Shopping Centre, Leicester.
June 2016. The Art of Crass. The art of anarcho-punk group Crass. With live shows. LCB Lightbox Gallery, Leicester.