“Does the digital have the potential to change our perception of art?”
Digital Aesthetic 2 (2007) was a multi-site exhibition and symposium, curated by Chris Meigh-Andrews, at the Electronic & Digital Art Unit (EDAU), University of Central Lancashire, and Lindsay Taylor at the Harris Museum & Art Gallery, Preston.
Collectively, the works on show demonstrated a range of responses to the challenges and opportunities that rapidly developing technologies present. From live interactive websites and multi-screen installations to single-screen projections and digital prints, the exhibition celebrated a diverse range of new processes.
Participating Artists and academics:
Peter Appleton (UK), Vince Briffa (Malta), Simon Blackmore (UK), Robert Cahen (FR), Susan Collins (UK), Sean Cubitt (Aus), eBoy (Ger), David Garcia (UK/NL), Stefan Gec (UK), Charlie Gere (UK), Clive Gillman (UK), Gary Hill (USA), Jane Prophet (UK), Avi Rosen (IL) Bill Seaman (USA), Paul Sermon (UK), David Surman (UK), Steina and Woody Vasulka (IS/CZ/USA), Thompson & Craighead (UK), Andrea Zapp (UK) and Lori Zippay (USA).