Random Blends – the annual student showcase where art meets technology is back! The theme for this year – INTERCEPTIONS.
Digital Art & Culture fuses with community networking in Interceptions, a creative forum for radical thinking about the dynamic role that new media and communication plays in the world today. Devised by the students and staff from NUS, Department of Communications & New Media, the showcase examines how practice-based interceptions can creatively influence social impact.
Featuring critical game art, biologically-inspired salon simulations, social media activism, and data as an artistic medium, Interceptions arises from an understanding of how provocative questions, when communicated by the critical use of media, can inspire serious play with novel modes of social engagement.
Expect to see interactive installations, networked art performances, documentaries on social issues and more. These artworks aim to push social boundaries with the motive of disrupting the utopian illusions that we have of our world.
Friday – 24 March | 1pm – 7pm
Saturday & Sunday, 25 & 26 March | 10am – 7pm
Venue: ArtScience Museum, Level 4
Free. Registration at the ArtScience Museum Lobby
Click here to view the teaser video for Random Blends 2017 – INTERCEPTIONS.
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