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Lovebytes 2006. Environments

http://www.neme.org/blog/lovebytes-2006-environments

International Festival of Digital Art and Media
20 - 25 March
Sheffield UK

The 10th Lovebytes Festival explores the relationship between physical and digital environments. Featuring live music and multi- media performances, film screenings, workshops and exhibitions of new media work from around the world.

Main events 23 - 25 March
Exhibitions run for various periods between 20 March - 11 June


Performing Live: Francis Dhomont / Fennesz / Aoki Takamasa / CM von Hausswolff / Dfuse / Leafcutter John / Iris Garrelfs / Pixelwrangler / Si-Cut Db / Dave Clarke / Nathan Fake / Calika / Mint / Millicent / Ochre / Digitonal / Ultre / Jethro Bagust / Rowan Porteus / Jake Harries

Djs: V3ctor / A+R (Alku/Mego)

Film Screenings and Talks: Richard Fenwick / desperate optimists / David Slade / Colin Harvey / Semiconductor / Carl Michael von Hausswolff & Thomas Nordanstad / Leo Obstbaum & Miguel Marin / Prevett & McArthur / Olsen / UK Film Council / Japan Media Arts Festival / International Festival of Cinema & Technology / onedotzero / Animate! / Mirrorball

Workshops: Julian Oliver / Mark Fell & George Saxon / Flat-e / Matt Gray

Exhibitions: HFR-LAB / Junebum Park / Julian Oliver & Steven Pickles / Hiraki Sawa / Squidsoup / Daniel Crooks

Venues: Showroom Cinema / Workstation / Millennium Galleries / Sheffield University Student's Union / Access Space / Site Gallery / HUBs (Sheffield Hallam Student's Union)
 
 
 
 
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