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To celebrate the launch of the Barbican's ground-breaking immersive exhibition, Digital Revolution, we're offering Time Out readers the chance to win two tickets to the show, followed by a digital dinner at London’s interactive oriental restaurant, inamo, and an overnight stay with continental breakfast at Eccleston Square – the capital’s high-tech hotel.
Digital Revolution explores and celebrates the transformation of the arts through digital technology, bringing together artists, filmmakers, architects, designers, musicians and game developers. The exhibition includes work from artists Umbrellium (Usman Haque and Nitipak 'Dot' Samsen) and Universal Everything; will.i.am; artist Yuri Suzuki and DevArt, a major new collaboration with Google exploring creative coding.
The show also features work by Oscar-winning VFX Supervisor Paul Franklin and his team at Double Negative for Christopher Nolan’s ground-breaking film Inception as well as Framestore's innovative visual effects behind Gravity. Artists and performers include Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Chris Milk, Aaron Koblin, Amon Tobin and Philip Glass; and game developers including Harmonix Music Systems.
At inamo, not only will you dine on delicious dishes from an Oriental fusion menu, you’ll also experience the world's first interactive ordering system beamed onto every table. Savour inamo’s hot stone rib-eye (rich red slices of beef with aromatic thyme, sizzling on a hot black pebble) while using your table surface to order more dishes, choose a virtual tablecloth, watch the chefs on 'Chef Cam', and much more. As Jay Rayner said in the Observer, ‘From the interactive menu to delicious sushi, this is Asian fun at your fingertips’.
Eccleston Square Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel that combines forward thinking technology with sophisticated interiors and friendly service. Each guest room boasts 3D Panasonic TVs, iPad 2s, Rivolta Camignani Italian bed linen, l’Occitane aromatherapy products, Smartglass walls and state-of-the-art Hästens beds, making this hotel on the edge of Belgravia and Victoria a high-tech hideaway perfect for business or leisure.