Margot Bowman’s w.e.t. Exhibition

The artist explores the emotional impact of climate change in this fascinating multi-media show

It’s a dark, rainy night in Venice and the stone floor of the Piazza San Marco is flooded, leaving people no choice but to cross the square on a row of wobbly wooden tables, raised high above the water. It’s the perfect night to launch digital artist Margot Bowman’s new multimedia work, w.e.t., an installation that explores the results of climate change from a digital …

Dominic Wilcox on Playful Creativity

Catching up with the English artist at this year's Design Indaba for an inside look at his open-minded approach

At last month’s Design Indaba 2015 conference in Cape Town, British artist Dominic Wilcox’s humorous, engaging talk drew the most laughter, as well as audible expressions of awe and wonder. After his time on stage, the crowd’s enthusiasm didn’t wane; his book signing sessions were filled to capacity. Wilcox, who is from Sunderland in the northeast of England, has amassed a portfolio that spans a …

Radical Interactive Design by The Workers

The duo blur the line between the digital and physical for a new way to experience art

One of the UK’s most exciting art events last year only technically took place inside a gallery. In reality, Tate Britain’s “After Dark” played out on computer screens all across the globe. “After Dark” let website visitors take control of four robots equipped with cameras and headlights roaming the art gallery at night. The event was live streamed over five days, with art experts commenting …