Time Out says
Post-digital artist Taketo Kobayashi (also known as humanoise), explores the boundaries of digital printing in his curated exhibition, DIGITAL G-O-D. The visual art experience explores the boundaries of digital printing – with the aim of challenging and rethinking relationships with a MIMAKI digital printer.
The result is an exhibition of 25 unique artworks that address themes of evolution and prove why technology should continue to welcome collaborations with the arts, featuring local and regional contemporary artists such as Antz, Mightyellow, Zero, Clog Two, and Chris Chai. Head down to the gallery for a chance to physically interact with prints to hide and reveal layers of elements. Who knows, you might even find yourselves drawn into the three-dimensional effects of two-dimensional artworks.