New Realities Barcelona

14 Oct 2014



The exhibition New Realities was held at Mobile World Centre in Plaza Catalunya Barcelona as part of the Music+Arts showcase. The exhibition explored the current art and cultural landscape through the work of 30 artists, designers and musicians from around the globe, reflecting on concepts brought by the integration of digital and the internet into our society. The artists involved use digital technologies to express their interests, perspectives and visions of a new cultural reality that is breaking boundaries.


New Realities was a touring exhibition presenting interactive artworks, digital art installations, music & art apps and physical displays alongside a parallel programme of events.



Alba G. Corral / Siroi Mura
Antivj, Simon Geilfus / Paleodictyon App
Chris Milk / Rome: 3 Dreams of Black (19 Nov – 13 Dec)
David O’Reilly / Mountain
Evan Boehm / The Carp and the Seagull
Fabrica / Sadly by Your Side App
FIELD / Hyperfeel, 10,000 Digital Paintings
Herman Kolgen / Seismik Index
Jono Brandel + Lullatone / Patatap
Karolina Sobecka / All the Universe is Full of the Lives of Perfect Creatures
Keiichi Matsuda + James Alliban / CELL
LIA / Arcs 21, Transition 89 2.0
Lorenzo Bravi / Hit The Beat
Lucent Kids / David Marinos: Selection of Works / Dom Sebastian: Selection of Works
Mark Dorf / Path_
Memo Akten / Simple Harmonic Motion
Onformative / Who Are You
Quayola & Sinigaglia / Selection of Works (1-13 Dec)
Realitat / Microsonic Landscapes
Snibbe Studio + Philip Glass / Rework_
Stan Douglas / Circa 1948
Sougwen Chung / Mytheme Etude Op.4
Odd Division / Conductar App
Universal Everything + Radiohead / Polyfauna
Varvara & Mar / The Highest Human Tower
Vincent Morriset + Aaron Koblin / Just A Reflektor


21st October 2014 to 17th February 2015

Music+Arts was an international showcase of new trends in music, art and digital culture powered by Mobile World Capital Barcelona and Movistar in collaboration with Alpha-ville.


View pictures of the events here


Read the New Realities Essay. 


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