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Online, London

Phase

Free - £21.35

/ Phase by media artist and creative coder, Seph Li is an interactive visual art piece exploring the mysterious process by which the micro quantum world of particles and quarks becomes our infinitely varied, macro, observable, lived in world full of people and things.

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CAN are on a mission to support artists to make work and to offer audiences cultural experiences that can be enjoyed right now. Via six digital commissions, CAN with partners Yellow Earth and CFCCA, have commissioned exciting artists across many disciplines to create work that responds to the current situation. Film, music, technology, theatre, photography and puppetry are all in the mix.

These works are FREE but if you can, we’d like to ask if you would support us by giving a small contribution towards the costs of the piece. You will be given an option to donate once you click 'Book Now' to see the work. Once you have booked, you will receive an email confirmation which includes a link allowing you to access /Phase.

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Venue

Online

London

Credits

Seph Li was born in Beijing in 1988 and is now based in London. After studying Computer Science and Entertainment Design at Tsinghua University, Beijing, he completed an MFA at UCLA in Design|Media Arts. He experiments with the role of interaction in storytelling using different forms including installation, sculpture, video games, and product prototypes. His projects have been exhibited in L.A.,Tokyo,Barcelona, Shanghai, São Paulo and Macau.

Organiser

Chinese Arts Now

Chinese Arts Now (CAN) is a registered charity which produces and presents art that reflects Chinese stories and elements in contemporary and innovative ways. Our current digital commissions are FREE but if you can, we’d like to ask if you would support us by giving a small contribution towards the costs of the piece.