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Art of Technology 2017 is a stunning

experience of art that wouldn’t exist if the

technology used to create it, present it or

that it depicts didn’t exist.

That is the simplest explanation but it tends to need some fleshing out because this sort of art is unconventional to say the least. First of all… an “experience” rather than an exhibition? Very much so.

The trend right now is for technology driven art to really involve the audience; either they help create it, or it reacts to what they do, or it is driven by what they say, post, or tweet. So no somber walking about admiring the juxtaposition of elements building the composition – oh no. Expect to be much more involved than that!

18 October – 5 November 2017
Goddards Centre
Devonport Road
New Zealand

$5 Single Pass
$10 Single Pass with Virtual Reality Experience
$12 Family Pass

Meet the Artist
October 19, 2017

Meet the Artist: Joe Te Wharau

Come along to the Art of Technology 2017 at 12pm on Friday to meet Joe Te Wharau and be personally introduced to 3D printing technology. $5 for entry or $10...
September 11, 2017

Interview with Kyle Sattler

Kyle Sattler was born in Morrinsville, New Zealand in 1974 and was educated at the Quay School of the Arts in Whanganui, New Zealand. Kyle Sattler is a multi media artist working...
September 8, 2017

Official Media Release

Stunning international tech inspired art exhibition arrives in Tauranga. During the Arts Festival Tauranga will see something seldom seen anywhere in New Zealand – an art exhibition where all the…