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London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is a 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times. At its centre stand the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey, site of British monarch coronations. Across the Thames River, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex and the entire city.

Curator’s Radar Podcast: Discover Sian Fan the Multi-talented Artist

Agora Digital Arts is proud to present the first episode of Curator's Radar with Adrian StClair. Our first mark [...]

Uncover Digital Art Hidden Along the Thames Riverbank in London’s Biggest AR Show

You can bring an invisible exhibition of Digital Art to life using just your smartphone in the capital’s first [...]

Black Blossoms School of Art and Culture: Decolonising the Physical and Digital Art World

The Black Blossoms artists’ group was established in 2015 by Bolanle Tajudeen. The original aim still holds true today: [...]

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Composer Samm Anga Explores Digital Music and Multimedia Channels

If you’ve ever joined one of our Agora Talks, you’ve most probably experienced the work of Samm Anga in [...]

With Love, From Nowhere: The Places of The Non-Yet – Ellie Niblock and Alaa Tarabzouni

What’s the value of non-places that we can’t visit and aren’t real? “With Love, From Nowhere: The Places of [...]

Scenographer, Architect and Artist: Rebecca van Beeck defies artistic labels

South African artist Rebecca van Beeck talks with our Editor about her migration online during lockdown and her participation [...]

Procreate and be a mother … – Helen Benigson and Paola Lucente

What does it mean to become a mother in the 21st Century? Alexandra Busila  |  Ed YoungMi Lamine  [...]

The Serpentine published “Future Art Ecosystems 1: Art and Advanced Technologies”

When Hans Ulrich Obrist said " It's time for Art and Technology", he meant it. Artnews  | Brian [...]

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