technology and art

2086 exhibition open call barcelona

2086 Exhibition

September 1st – 8th The 2086 Exhibition will explore a world that might awaits us in the not-so-far future, the year 2086. It is up to you whether it will be a utopia of technological marvels, a dystopia of electrical jungles, or a completely new worldscape.

after me the body

After Me, The Body

March 19th – May 16th
After Me, The Body explores the human body in a technological universe, with all its human reflexes, movements and yearnings.

BCN llum festival

BCN Llum Festival 2020

Feb 15-17th
Since 2012 Barcelona’s light festival, Llum BCN, allows local and international artists to transform public spaces through artistic installations, projections and mapping.

gallery ex machina

Gallery Ex Machina: The World’s First Cyberpunk and Steampunk Art Gallery

Welcome to Gallery Ex Machina, the world’s first Cyberpunk and Steampunk themed art gallery. And what better place for it than Barcelona?! Located in a remodeled 15th century building in the historically and culturally rich Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, this newly opened gallery embodies the …

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Poblenou open night

PobleNou Open Night 2019

November 22nd 7pm-1am
Join Poblenou Open Night where more than 40 creative spaces open their doors to share art, culture and innovation in the largest creative community in BCN.

mira disgital arts festival barcelona

MIRA Digital Arts Festival

November 5th-9th
Welcome to the ninth edition of MIRA Digital Arts Festival, set to take place from 5-9 November in various spaces in Barcelona.

monet exhibit

Monet Exhibit: the immersive experience

Oct 25th – Dec 8th 2019
MONET – The immersive experience. 360º projections. 1000m² of screen. Virtual Reality. A spectacular audiovisual experience to get into Impressionism. A combination of art and technology.

LYR art exhibiton in barcelona considers digital realities of today

LYR by Irma Marco

September 6 – October 4

LYR, from the “Liberación y Reparación” signs in mobile phone bazaars, considers and critiques the distinct problems regarding digital realities of today.