Digital art exhibition, Di Dien/Peculiar Interfaces opens in Hanoi

PUBLISHED Jun 12, 2023

Di Dien/Peculiar Interfaces at The Outpost

The collaborated exhibition, Di Dien/Peculiar Interfaces holds in the art space, The Outpost. The address is Roman Plaza Tower B1 (Floor 2), To Huu, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi.

The Outpost Art Organisation is the main organizer. Di Dien means different dimensions in Vietnamese. Using Peculiar Interfaces, eight artists and artist groups display their artworks under the theme of art, technology, and digital space.

From Japan, artist and composer Ryoji Ikeda, known for his immersive works that shake the audience’s senses using light and sound, and oil painter Kazu Watabe are participating in the exhibition.

In addition, artists from South Korea, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, and Germany are álso showcasing their works. This includes 3D animated pieces and oil portraits drawn in a way that artificial intelligence (AI) does not recognize human faces.

The organizers invite visitors to experience the exhibition, which stimulates curiosity and exploration of the relationship between humans and technology through art pieces that blend hybrid reality (a world where reality and virtuality intertwine).

The exhibition is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., with Mondays closed. Opening days are until July 23rd.