Alpha-ville Festival

Alpha-ville, a new digital arts and culture festival, launches in east London this Friday and Saturday…

Still from The Nest That Sailed The Sky, by Glen Marshall

Alpha-ville, a new digital arts and culture festival, launches in east London this Friday and Saturday…

 

Based on the theme Visionary Cities, the festival offers a mix of music, architecture, moving image projects, and interactive design, all shown across two venues: the Whitechapel Gallery and Rich Mix.

 

Work by Chris Lees, from the Bartlett showcase

From Ship of Fools installation by Jinhyuk Ko

Highlights from the programme include a showcase of work by recent graduates from Unit 15 at the Bartlett School of Architecture – a course that specialises in the use of film, motion graphics and animation in architecture; design interaction projects from Ka Fai Choy and Gerard Rallo, both graduates from the RCA; and a digital print installation by Korean artist Jinhyuk Ko.

 

Eternal Summer Storm interactive installation by Ka Fai Choy

Still from Koch by di Marco

An extensive screening programme will also take place over the two day festival, alongside a number of live performances by electronic musicians including Bola, Scanner and Subeena. For more info on Alpha-ville, visit alphavillefestival.co.uk.

 

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