Thursday, August 29, 2013

The First London Analogue Festival, September 7th & 8th 2013

In the 21st century, where almost everything is digital, people are still talking about the irreplaceable richness of analogue... The London Analogue Festival is a unique project led by Goldsmiths Masters students that celebrates the beauty, power and aesthetics of analogue technologies. With no entry fee, the first London Analogue Festival will give all Londoners, and the world, a chance to discover – or rediscover – analogue, to meet artists, explore the intersection of technology and our senses, and develop new skills.

The London Analogue Festival will host a unique experience of screenings, talks and exhibitions. The festival provides a platform to upcoming and promising independent talents working with analogue mediums today, to show that despite the dominance of digital technologies, proficiency in the analogue arts is still prominent today.
“Workshops will range from various methods of working with photography, creating sounds and moving images, and work created in the workshops will be displayed at the festival, giving local artists the chance to showcase their talent,” said David Guerrini-Nazoa, LAF Creative Director. “We see the festival’s potential to become something iconic in the area and hope to see it continue into the future.”
For more information about the festival, please visit their official website at or follow them on their Twitter and Facebook page.

(via The London Analogue Festival and Goldsmiths Students' Union)

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