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Friday Night Laneways, Organic Data

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by Vanessa (subscribe)
WeekendNotes Chief Editor / Chief Writer / PR & Communications.

On Friday 11th March 2016, South Brisbane's quirky Fish Lane is showcasing a vibrant collection of digital artworks as part of the World Science Festival Brisbane.

Dubbed 'Organic Data', this special exhibition seamlessly fuses art, science and music with light projections, roving animations and lightbox works. Participating artists include digital artist Alinta Krauth, writer and hypermedia artist Jason Nelson and New York artist Suzanne Anker.

VJ Lightrift, Mark Wells will also present light portraits accompanied by an audio-visual DJ set performed by musician and DJ, Craig Parry (Puzhaki).

Come and participate in the data flow with original works that splice and mix the analogue and digital.

This unique event is FREE to attend and is an initiative of Brisbane City Council.

Come along from 6pm and immerse yourself in Organic Data whilst enjoying Fish Lane's many bustling little bars and restaurants.

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When: Friday 11 March, 6-10pm
Where: Fish Lane, South Brisbane
Cost: Free
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