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Upcoming exhibition at the Barbican, London, on the art of creative coding. Sponsored by Google, there is also a call for entries for any creative coders who wish to have a piece comissioned. Video embedded below:

DevArt is a new type of art. It is made with code, by developers that push the possibilities of creativity and technology. They use technology as the canvas and code as the raw materials to create innovative, engaging digital art installations.

DevArt is the opportunity to open their creative process, share their art with the world and be a part of a new movement in art.

Google, with the Barbican in London, will commission a developer to create a new digital art installation alongside some of the world’s best interactive artists at the Digital Revolution exhibition: the biggest and most comprehensive exploration of digital creativity ever to be staged in the UK. From there, the exhibition will then go on tour to cities around the world.
Can’t wait to visit the show, which opens in July … you can find out more at the DevArt website here

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Getty Images makes 35 million images free in fight against copyright infringement

Getty Images has single-handedly redefined the entire photography market with the launch of a new embedding feature that will make more than 35 million images freely available to anyone for non-commercial usage

Full Story: BJP

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