Featuring the work of MIT digital artists from around the world, exhibition attendees can play retro games, interact with digital art, play digital instruments or chat to a learning AI. Meanwhile The Kut subscribers, get a sixth zone including tour diaries, art and tabs.
The Kut is known for her Top 10 rock album ‘Valley of Thorns‘ and recent Live UK Breakthrough Artist Nomination, The Kut is also a recent PhD Graduate, credited with developing software to detect risk for psychosis-related illness.
Mixing the themes of programming, music and psychology, the exhibition is a welcome feel-good site for those in isolation. While the exhibition is free to enter, The Kut is donating a portion of all merch sales to Black Lives Matter UK & Music Venue Trust Crisis Fund this month.
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