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HELEN KNOWLES : TRICKLE DOWN
Jan 23 - Feb 26, 2020
'Trickle Down, A New Vertical Sovereignty' is a new body of work by UK-based artist Helen Knowles. The exhibition is a tokenised four-screen video installation and soundscape attached to the blockchain, which explores value systems and wealth disparity.

Click to enlargeONLINE EXHIBITION | REAL-TIME CONSTRAINTS
Jul 23 - Sep 30, 2020 FINAL WEEK
Real-Time Constraints features works by Gretchen Andrew, Sofia Crespo, DISNOVATION, Jake Elwes, Ben Grosser, Libby Heaney, and Joel Simon. Co-curated with Luba Elliott.
 
Real-Time Constraints is a group exhibition featuring works by artists working within the realms of artificial intelligence, algorithms, machine learning, big data, and interventions in web-based platforms. The exhibition brings forward the complexities of the present-tense in light of the emergence of such technologies through works which are generated using real-time information pulled from the internet, or other sources including news items, message exchanges, memes and image banks. The works look critically at the current state of automated and autonomic computing to provide alternative narratives to data-driven and algorithmic approaches, referencing fake-news, gender bias and surveillance.

ONSITE EXHIBITION | POWERPLAY
Aug 15 - Sep 26, 2020 FINAL WEEK
POWERPLAY, featuring works by Mr Color, Tito Aderemi Ibitola, Vincent Bezuidenhout, Scumboy, King Debs, Mbakisi Sibanda, Kumbirai Makumbe, and Isaac Kariuki. Virtual Reality iteration by Christopher MacInnes.
 
arebyte Gallery and The National Gallery of Zimbabwe are pleased to announce POWERPLAY, a group exhibition featuring artists working within digital media, video and technology. Co-commissioned by London-based arebyte Gallery and the National Gallery Zimbabwe (NGZ) in Bulawayo, and supported using the New Art New Audiences grant from the British Council.
 
more info - www.arebyte.com/powerplay

ALAN WARBURTON : RGBFAQ
Oct 6 - Dec 19, 2020
Private view Tue Oct 6 6pm - 9pm
arebyte Gallery are excited to announce a new commission by UK based artist Alan Warburton. RGBFAQ comprises a research-led experiential exhibition in which the audience navigates a "black-box" set populated by gigantic geometric sculptures. Warburton’s ambitious new video essay will be projection mapped onto this sculptural background, expanding the form of his popular video essays (Goodbye Uncanny Valley, Fairytales of Motion) into immersive 3D space.
 
RGBFAQ will unpack the ways that operational, technical and synthetic images are constructed.

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