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The Phygital Funk: Digital Creators

Image credits: Dominique Perez, "Dream World Trilogy; Figure 1.1" (2022)

Past Exhibition
  • About This Exhibition

    The Phygital Funk: Digital Creators, organized by the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts+Culture, is a unique exhibition that will showcase the diverse and dynamic works of digital creators from our community.

    From interactive installations to multimedia works, this exhibition celebrates the innovative ways that artists are using technology to push the boundaries of creativity. This exhibition includes works that explore a wide range of themes and techniques, from the use of virtual reality to the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI).

    This exhibition aims to bring the digital world to the audience's fingertips, offering rich and interactive experiences that transport visitors to new and exciting places. Through the use of cutting-edge technology, we are able to showcase a diverse range of content, including interactive installations, virtual reality experiences, multimedia displays, and more. At the heart of our exhibition is a commitment to storytelling and education. 

    As you explore the exhibition, you'll encounter works that challenge your perceptions of reality, and others that invite you to interact and engage with the art in new and exciting ways.

    Digital creators featured in this exhibit:

    Benjamin Moore
    Dominique Katan
    Junior Gomez
    Jaillin Johnson

    Nigel Malone
    Dominique Perez
    Quincy Woodard
    Lavon Cromartie


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Works Featured In The Phygital Funk: Digital Creators

Take a look at some of the works featured in the digital exhibition The Phygital Funk.

Dominique Perez, Dream World Trilogy; Figure 1.1 (2022)

Quincy Woodard, Unspoken Mask (2023)

Nigel Malone, True & Living (2022)

Dominique Katan, Lajè De Vi / Breadth of View (2023)

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