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  • Assemblance
    An ambitious exhibition of digital art and design opens this month at the Barbican Centre, London (until 14 September 2014), featuring artists previously discussed in this column and several works specially commissioned for the show.
  • Woman Profile
    Whilst many of the headline figures for 2014’s report are still negative there are some points of optimism in the thorny issue of gender diversity in IT.
  • Cellular Form 14_0017_0011
    Andy Lomas is a self-confessed code junky, saying, ‘I write it for my own pleasure.’ His Morphogenetic Creations has just been awarded one of the best artworks at the Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (AISB) conference recently held in London and Cellular Forms was short-listed for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
  • Yota Dimitriadi
    BCS Press Officer, Amanda Matheson recently attended the Lovelace Colloquium at Reading University and spoke to a number of the attendees and organisers regarding their involvement with the event and about their own perceptions of women working in the IT arena.
  • Stardust
    This month we are considering a truly extraordinary use of the digital. Artist and creative entrepreneur Anna Hill is exploring how immersive art can communicate the human experience of space travel and, in her words, ‘bring space down to earth’.

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