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The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

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The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Ticket Information

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Information

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Art and Live

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

2016 Manchester

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Conference

Ownership COnference

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Innovation Lab

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Art and Design

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Conference

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

FutureEverything Moscow

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The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Global FUTR Lab

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Festival Lab

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Team

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The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

2015 Manchester

Festival

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Tickets

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The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Info & Travel

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The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Conference

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Art, Live & Film

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Live

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Workshops

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

FutureEverything Moscow

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Festival

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

City Fictions Newspaper – Download

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Smart Citizen

Smart Citizen

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

FutureEverything Conference Handbook Download

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The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

How To Find City Fictions

City Fictions logo

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

City Fictions

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Partners

Partners

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Mailing List

FutureEverything

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Art

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Information

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Live

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Conference

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Home

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

2014 Manchester

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Implementation

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Positioning

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Design

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Community

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Advocacy

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Consultancy

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Contact

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The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

About

Photography of the FutureEverything Summit

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details

Opportunities

Team #futr

The city-wide art, live music and performance programme will present work from across the spectrum of contemporary instrumental, electronic and experimental music, and data art.

The programme features two FutureEverything commissions and three world premieresGazelle Twin: Kingdom Come , Smoke Signals, by Ed Carter and David Cranmer, and The Corridor by Andrew Hodson.

If you enjoy the FutureEverything Art / Live programme then take a look at our conference schedule, featuring talks and interviews with Turner Prize winners Assemble, Consultant Art Curator at the Institute of Physics Hannah Redler, and behind the scenes interviews with Gazelle Twin and the makers of Smoke Signals.

A number of the events are free, please see our ticket page for more details