A Machine to See with By Blast Theory at Brighton Digital Festival
A Machine to See with By Blast Theory at Brighton Digital Festival

BRIGHTON DIGITAL FESTIVAL


1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2011
BRIGHTON


A month-long celebration of digital culture.


Brighton Digital Festival brings together leading international artists such as Blast Theory, Semiconductor, Ben Fry, Joshua Davis, and Random Dance – and thinkers and doers like Kevin Slavin, Robin Ince and Alice Taylor.

Flash on the Beach - at Brighton Digital Festival
Flash on the Beach - at Brighton Digital Festival

Lighthouse is thrilled to be at the heart of Brighton Digital Festival – a month-long celebration of digital culture across Brighton. The season of over 60 exhibitions, performances, meet-ups, workshops and outdoor events run alongside Brighton’s iconic digital design conferences.
The festival brings together major international and local artists such as Blast Theory, semiconductor, Julian Oliver, Time’s Up, Joshua Davis, and Random Dance, alongside thinkers and storytellers like Don Norman (Design of Everyday Things), Matthew Sheret (last.fm) and Adrian Hon (Six to Start).
The festival is being put together by a diverse range of tech companies, arts organisations and individuals who are passionate about digital culture. It will mark Brighton’s status as a leading digital destination, and will build bridges between our thriving digital creative industries and our equally vibrant arts communities.

Check out the full programme on the festival website: http://brightondigitalfestival.co.uk

Follow the festival on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DigitalBrighton

BRIGHTON DIGITAL FESTIVAL 2011 is part of the PARN project (Physical and Alternate Reality Narratives) which designs, develops, creates, exhibits and analyses contemporary forms for storytelling in a pan-European context. PARN as well as BRIGHTON DIGITAL FESTIVAL 2011 is made possible with the support of the Culture Programme (2007-2013) of the European Union.

Supported by Arts Council England
And a large group of tech companies, designers, artists and organisations.

2011 ACE EU Supported

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