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Viewing Future Shock

180 Studios has made its name staging dazzling exhibitions that engage all the senses. Last year saw the opening of a spectacular show by the Japanese artist and composer Ryoji Ikeda and the much-loved Lux: New Wave of Contemporary Art, which included that 24 metre tunnel by Es Devlin. Now’s the turn of Future Shock, a new exhibition of immersive art that blurs the boundaries between the physical and virtual worlds.

Installed across 180’s subterranean spaces, it includes installations by artists working at the cutting-edge of audio-visual technology such as Lawrence Lek, Actual Objects and Weirdcore. You’ll encounter everything from laser works and holographic projections to 3D digital mapping and electronic music. If previous 180 exhibitions are anything to go by, this is not to be missed. Add to your April agenda now.

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28 April 2022 — 28 August 2022
The Wick - Catinca Malaimare, Gamma and Omega hold hands, 2023, performance documentation, Zabludowicz Collection. Photo Tim Bowditch 7
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Viewing Catinca Malaimare: Gamma and Omega hold hands

The Wick - Serge Attukwei Clottey: Crossroads, Simon Lee Gallery, London, Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates
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Viewing Serge Attukwei Clottey: Crossroads

The Wick - Installation view:
Julian Opie, OP.VR@LISSON/London
©Julian Opie, Courtesy Lisson Gallery
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Viewing Julian Opie: OP.VR@LISSON/London

The Wick - Installation view of Mike Nelson, Triple Bluff Canyon (the woodshed), 2004. Various materials. M25, 2023. Found tyres. Photo: Matt Greenwood. Courtesy the artist and the Hayward Gallery.
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Viewing Nike Nelson: ‘Extinction Beckons’

The Wick - My Reality is Different, 2022 (detail);
Animation chamber, 9-channel installation, sound: 25.15 mins
© Nalini Malani; Photo: Luke Walker
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Viewing Nalini Malani: My Reality is Different

The Wick - ‘Collect’, the annual international fair produced by the Crafts Council at Somerset House in London, showcasing contemporary craft and design from 40 galleries and works from over 400 artists. Picture date: Wednesday March 1, 2023. PA Photo. The 19th edition of ‘Collect’ features textile, jewellery, furniture, ceramics, metalwork, fibre art, and glass made in the last five years. The fair runs from March 3 – 5, alongside online presentations of all participating galleries in partnership with online art marketplace, Artsy until March 12. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire.
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Viewing Collect art fair