A virtual laboratory showcasing digital performance opens in Dundee today.
Decoding Space will explore work created by some of the most ground-breaking digital artists working in the field.
Some of the works on display include a film documentation from art collective Blast Theory, an alternative reality game by the National Theatre of Scotland and an interactive dance experience by Abertay University researchers Lynn Parker and Corinne Jola.
Clare Brennan, curator of the Hannah Maclure Centre, said: “It’s such an exciting time for new media artists here in Dundee we’ve just been named the UK’s first ever Unesco City of Design so the spotlight is on us and it’s a chance for us to shine and to showcase all the amazing talent that we’ve got here.
“Dundee has all the right elements to be producing high-quality work which explores the use of technology in real space: a vibrant dance and theatre community, skill and talent within games and media arts, and an excellent reputation for cross-collaboration.
“So with Decoding Space we’ve brought together some of the shining lights in this field to start getting some discussions going so that we can begin mapping out the ways in which this art form is growing and evolving.”
The exhibition opens at the centre today.