Launched in 2012, the Lumen Prize for Art and Technology celebrates the very best art created with technology through a global competition, exhibitions and events worldwide.
The 2020 competition has a total prize fund of US$11,500, presented across nine categories, including Moving Image, Still Image and 3D/Interactive.
Longlisted, shortlisted and winning artists will be eligible to take part in a range of opportunities, including an Awards Ceremony at the Barbican Centre for Performing Arts, London on 22 October 2020, followed by networking events, artist talks and the opportunity to selected to exhibit as part of Lumen’s 2020 Director’s Showcase at The Cello Factory, London.
The finalists and winners will be selected by Christiane Paul, Adjunct Curator at the Whitney Museum, Ben Vickers, Chief Technology Officer at the Serpentine Galleries, Melanie Lenz, Digital Curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Nathan Ladd, Assistant Curator at Tate Britain and Foteini Aravani, Digital Curator at the Museum of London.
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