Friday 11 May – Saturday 9 June
10am-6pm Monday-Saturday, free entry
An exciting new exhibition of immersive digital prints and glitching video work. Dan Tombs’ work explores the cracks in video technology, building-in defects and looking for ways to pry apart the technical stability of an image. He physically corrupts circuits, creates short circuits, and exploits the code of systems, with wild and unpredictable results. The exhibition includes a selection of Dan Tombs’ music videos and live performances working with Gold Panda, Nathan Fake, Luke Abbott, Factory Floor, Walls, Jon Hopkins and James Holden.
Part of SPEED UP!
A new programme for 2012 of exciting international bands. With Norwich Arts Centre as the hub venue and events popping up elsewhere plus an installation in Fusion at the Forum, Speed Up! will be fast, loud, energetic and fun and a great addition to this year’s Festival.
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