Digital Revolution is an immersive, multidimensional exhibition exploring the interactive transformation between art, design, film, music and digital games, developed by the Barbican arts centre in UK and first shown in London in 2014.
This exhibition is divided into seven theme zones: “Digital Archaeology”, “we Create”, “Creative Spaces”, “Sound and Vision”, “Our Digital Futures”, “Dev Art” and “Indie Games Space”, showing over 140 amazing interactive works.
The Treachery of Sanctuary
The Year’s Midnight
Voice and Vision
I spent half a day watching the art exhibition and enjoyed it very much. My favorite part in the whole exhibition is “Voice and Vision”, which explores the visualization of music through the eyes of musicians, artists, film producers and designers. It presents music in a new visual way. I personally like designers to use simple points, lines and surfaces. Through the change of position, different combinations of color and shape form a rhythmic visual art works. Every picture looks simple but matches perfectly. After watching this work, I have a deeper understanding of the point, line and surface and I admire the use of small elements by the designers.