For the last leg of the Lumen Prize 2014-5 world tour, the exhibition has come to London, at the Crypt Gallery on Euston Road until 21st May. For the opening event, the Lumen Digital Seminar invited eight speakers, including Douglas Dodds, senior curator at the V&A, artists and XAP’s Laura Dekker, whose interactive work, The Garden of Earthly Delights, or The Right to be Forgotten, is part of the exhibition.
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