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4th - 6th July 2016 - Digital Decade 2016

There is No Planet B

On July 4th, Digital Decade’s annual art collaboration kicks off at the Underdog Gallery in London. This year’s exhibit, “There is No Planet B”, features the work of international digital artists who address the economic, social, political, and environmental problems we face by imagining a world without them.

Come join us in London at the opening party.

The exhibition lasts 3 days between 4th and 6th of July 2016.

Monday 4th July - Opening Night: 6:30pm - 11:30pm - DJ on the night

Tuesday 5th July - 11:00am - 9:00pm

Wednesday 6th July - 11:00am - 9:00pm

Mix it, Glitch it, Fix it and Watch it

Using their talent for photo manipulation and glitch art - the purposeful corruption of data within a digital file to create distorted yet aesthetic effects - 25 invited artists and 2 winners of The Open Call contest come together to “Imagine there’s no… climate change, human aggression, war”, and more.

Curated by Arseny Vesnin from Designcollector Network, with help from Curioos, YOUTH Worldwide, andDepositphotos, the artworks will be featured on large aluminum prints until July 6th.

The Digital Decade is the annual art collaboration run by Designcollector Network (DCN) and partners. Started in 2013 as a celebration of DCN' 10th Anniversary it quickly became a prominent artists collaboration. The 4th installment run by Designcollector and YOUTH Worldwide with the help of Depositphotos, Curioos and Studio BLUP - Design Agency This year we challenged curated artists to have their visual thoughts over rhetorical phrase "There is No Planet B". 25 selected creatives and 2 winners of Open Call came up with their view on a brief "Imagine there is no War/Heaven/Catastrophes.. " etc on Earth. Curated by Arseny Vesnin.Digital culture editor and founder of Designcollector Network - Arseny Vesnin (b.1981), has been exploring and curating the best of visual media arts and design for the last 15 years. Designcollector quickly became a leading online media that keeps an eye on the rapidly changing world of new media art, design and other creative disciplines. Starting from 2013, DCN organises an annual initiative the Digital Decade, aimed to reveal upcoming artists working in the field of digital art. Digital Decade has taken place previously in creative hubs of Barcelona, Saint Petersburg and now in London. Each year artists asked to reflect on the specific question about the near-future terms and environmental issues.

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