Technology Is Not Neutral all female digital art exhibition – Phoenix, Brighton, 2-25 September 2016

Technology Is Not Neutral Exhibition at Phoenix Brighton as part of Brighton Digital Festival 2016


Opening Reception: 6-8pm 1 September 2016

Exhibition Tour (for press and visitors): 4-6pm 1 September 2016

Venue: Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton, BN2 9NB

Exhibition: 2 – 25 September 2016, 11 am – 5 pm (Wednesday – Sunday), free entry

A major new touring exhibition of digital artworks by leading pioneering and contemporary female digital artists will launch at Phoenix Brighton at Phoenix Brighton this September. This new curatorial project explores methods of working with new technologies and the themes that bring these artists together.

From drone choreography, sequencing of bacteria and brainwave art to hacking reality, social media activism and telepresence, this exhibition highlights the contribution of female artists in shaping what digital art is today. The exhibition title references the challenges faced by female artists in this field where they are often under-represented.

The exhibition features existing and newly commissioned artworks by Ghislaine Boddington, Susan Collins, Laura Dekker, Anna Dumitriu, Bhavani Esapathi, Julie Freeman, Kate Genevieve, Sue Gollifer, Luciana Haill, Nina Kov, and Gordana Novakovic.

The exhibition is curated by Gordana Novakovic, Anna Dumitriu and Irini Papadimitiou, is funded by Arts Council England, The Computer Arts Society, and UCL Department of Computer Science and supported by Women Shift Digital, Phoenix Brighton and Watermans.

A full events programme accompanies the exhibition including a series of workshops and a gallery tour. Following the exhibition in Brighton this significant exhibition will tour to Watermans Gallery in London and will be accompanied by a major symposium.


Creating Music and Art with Brainwaves with Luciana Haill
Discover how different states of consciousness can be measured to make music and interactive art.
Saturday 3 September, 11.30 am – 5.30 pm, £35

Drone Choreography with Nina Kov and Jack Bishop
Join choreographer Nina Kov and drone pilot/performer Jack Bishop to explore the possibilities opened up through this unique approach to collaboration.
Saturday 10 September, 1.30 – 5.30, £35

Hacking Reality with Kate Genevieve
Explore the possibilities of multi-sensory communication and immersive media in shifting how we see and feel our shared realities.
Saturday 17 September, 11.30 – 5.30, £35

Notes to Editors

For further information, images or to arrange an interview with the artist please email or call +44 (0)7890 516510

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For more information the exhibition, artists and events programme, visit