Until next Sunday, August 27, sixteen artists will present their works through pioneering experiences, where the public can experiment with technology. Visit her!

The 'Digital Impact' exhibition is a disruptive proposal that brings together the creations of several leading artists in art and digital design from around the world. Specifically, sixteen artists from different areas present their works through pioneering experiences, where the public can experiment with advanced technologies, visual and videographic elements, algorithms and codes, among many others. The proposal wants to become an experience where you can explore the synergies between art and digital design, as well as an opportunity to identify the people who are influencing the present and the future of the field and a forum to reflect on the digital revolution

"The aim is to bring digital art closer to citizens. This is a proposal made with code, made with data, made with ones and zeros and above all made with screens and digital tools", explains Pep Salazar, director of the 'Digital Impact' exhibition and the OFFF festival. "It wants to be an open exhibition, which explains itself and which seeks to excite people. 70% are new pieces in line with digital creation, which is an art in constant evolution and constant movement. The public can see digital art made with artificial intelligence, digital art made with data, generative and self-generative digital art and more analog pieces," explains Salazar.

The exhibition 'Digital Impact', located at the Design Hub Barcelona at Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes number 37 in the city of Barcelona, is promoted by the Design Hub Barcelona and the OFFF festival with the collaboration of the Tourism Board and Creative Industries of Barcelona City Council, the Department of Culture of the Generalitat de Catalunya and entities and artistic centers in the city of Barcelona such as Casa Batlló or the Liceu.

In this sense, the 'Digital Impact' exhibition can be visited until next Sunday, August 27.