Cyberculture : The Beginning of the Modern World
26, May 2017 - 17, June 2017

An Interact Digital Arts Exhibition

In the late 1980s and early 1990s something strange was happening. Early Virtual Reality and Internet were combining with house music, neo-psychedelia and cyberpunk fiction to produce a cultural movement that would herald the new hyperconnected world.

Cyberculture is an exhibition of material from this era that explores this brave new world from the perspective of those who were there.

An Interact Digital Arts presentation.


Listen to Sean from Interact Digital Arts talking about Cyberculture on BBC Radio Leicester's Ben Jackson show on 6 June 2017 (about 2.5 hours in)


Related events

Virtual Saturday
Saturday 27 May, 12-4pm, free
The CyberCulture exhibition is an exciting opportunity for all the family to have a play with some retro video games and virtual systems.

Part of the Spark Arts Festival, 22-29 May, in venues across Leicester.


Phorward featuring Higher Intelligence Agency and Oscillate Sound system
Saturday 17 June, LCB, 1-11pm (daytime free, evening £10)
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