Anamorphic Waves: A New Media Art Exhibition exploring technological horizons

Lottie Bolster 'Work of Desire' (2018) © Lottie Bolster

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After an overwhelming number of proposals Ugly Duck is curating the group show: ‘Anamorphic Waves’ (11th – 14th April) at their stunning London warehouse. An exhibition exploring how digital interfaces and technological tools are reshaping our personal, professional and ecological relationships, and how they have modified our view of love, sexuality and gender.

During this three day group exhibition, the audience will discover more than 25 emerging artists from UK and Europe whilst exploring Ugly Duck’s Tanner Street location, formerly a victorian factory. ‘Anamorphic Waves’ will present a collection of diversified works including interactive light sculptures, brain wave prints, video art, virtual gardens, artificial intelligence, alternative universes, musical machines alongside many other creative investigations.

This is a free new media art exhibition curated by Geraldine Atger as part of Ugly Duck’ Art programme, which showcases a diverse range of creative projects, exploring fields such as science, activism, technology, and sociocultural issues.

This exhibition will surprise you, and invite you to play and rethink our relationship with technology.

Sian Fan, ‘Garden 2’ (2018). © Sian Fan

Anamorphic Waves
11 to 14 April 2019
Ugly Duck
47-49 Tanner Street, London SE1 3PL


About Ugly Duck
Ugly Duck revitalises underused space. We provide unusual spaces around London for film, photoshoots and events. We curate a programme of creative projects in our buildings and beyond. We provide services to landlords and local authorities to turn empty buildings into assets.

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