10 January 2016

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IK Prize 2016 Call For Entries Announced By Tate

Last year’s IK Prize won by creative studio Flying Object explored Sound, smell, taste and touch used to highlight different aspects of paintings, to gain insight into the way the senses interrelate to influence our overall gallery experience. Tate is now calling for entries to IK Prize 2016, an annual competition which celebrates digital creativity in all its forms. […]

7 August 2015

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Visual Art Takes Backseat As London Museums Pump Up The Volume

Eyeballs are evidently obsolete. It’s not enough to simply look at art in order to absorb it anymore: this week has brought news that many of the major museums and galleries are catering to additional senses to supplement our appreciation of their collections. Read: to get us to pay attention for anything other than our […]

13 January 2014

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Tate Announces Shortlist For New Digital Industry IK Prize

The four shortlisted entries for the first IK Prize, a new annual prize presented by Tate celebrating creative talent in the digital industry, were announced today. They range from robots roaming the galleries, to an interactive video, stories told via social media, and an art experience in the online gaming world of Minecraft. The shortlisted […]