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Opening today at Britain's foremost brutalist building, the Barbican multi-arts centre, Digital Revolution is an exhibition that journeys through creative technology from the 1970s to the present day – with interactivity at its heart. More multi-floored nightclub than exhibition space, the various themed rooms bring together …

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I, for one, welcome our robotic snake overlords!

(had to be said)

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Wow....

some modern "art" I actually want to see....instead of the usual wanting smash the "art" into the "atists" face....hmmmmm but in doing so, would that make me an artist in my own right?

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Oh dear...

I was at a loose end for a few hours in London yesterday and decided to wander around the Tate Modern (after toying with the idea of going to the Barbican).

Gutted.

Next time Gadget!

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Not brutalist, but...

One New Change, in the City of London, has to be the ugliest, most user-unfriendly building ever built. It is a blot.

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Back in the mid 1980's, it did have a serendipitous nature, you could look over a balcony and see a band playing, but not anyway to reach the place.

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