Until next Saturday, January 13, at the ACVIC. Centre d’Arts Contemporànies. of the city of Vic, you can enjoy the exhibition, which shows four diverse and different views on digital art. Don't miss it!
Alba G. Corral, Joanna Moll, Mónica Rikić and Roc Parés, with the collaboration of Joan Soler-Adillon, have presented the exhibition 'Digital Art: transiting the gaps'. From last Saturday, November 4, and until next Saturday, January 13, at the ACVIC. Centre d'Arts Contemporànies., which is located at Carrer de Sant Francesc number 1 in the town of Vic, you can enjoy the exhibition that is part of the first cycle of digital arts in the city of Vic. Specifically, the exhibition shows four diverse and different views on digital art created by four digital artists recognized in the territory and with a great international projection. First, there is the 'Mercury' proposal by Alba G. Corral. Secondly, there is the project at the intersection of art and research 'Carbolytics' by Joanna Moll. In third place, there is the proposal 'Alternative Craft Technologies' by Mónica Rikić. In fourth place, there is the experimental research project 'BHDD' by Roc Parés. Thus, the exhibition delves into the limits and possibilities of digital art, a space between the material fact and the digital fact.