Generation ZX(X)


In 1993 the TIMEX Factory in Dundee closed its gates after more than 7 months of painful strikes. 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of this departure from Dundee, a timely moment to look back and reconsider its impact on the city. TIMEX is still remembered for those bitter last months rather than the near five

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Paint It Loud & Clear


Come along to our sign making workshop in Douglas Community Centre on Thursday 5th April from 1 – 4pm! In this workshop you will be creating big colourful signs for a large performance event, Generation ZX(X), happening on Friday 4th May 2018. Join us to create signs that reflect on Dundee as you see it

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Embroidered Digital Commons


Workshops with Ele Carpenter 10th – 11th March 2018, 12pm – 4pm Wellgate Shopping Centre, 1st Floor next to Iceland A pop-up event by NEoN Digital Arts Festival NEoN invites you along to a special embroidery workshop to be part of an exciting global project – Embroidered Digital Commons. This project has already brought together

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Now In its tenth year, NEoN Digital Arts Festival is growing up!


We are excited to announce that in this, Scotland’s Year of Young People, NEoN has turned 10 and is one of 19 organisations to newly join Creative Scotland’s regular funded portfolio of organisations. With three years of support NEoN will continue to deliver Scotland’s only digital arts festival across the city of Dundee. Contemporary culture

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Review: NEoN Galleries Tour and NEoN at Night


Review: NEoN Galleries Tour and NEoN at Night The tour began at CentreSpace in the basement of Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA), with moving image works by Paul Dolan and Paul Walde. Both films explored the idea of landscape as something created and maintained, as well as uncontrollable and sublime. Artist Kelly Richardson, whose ‘The Weather

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I keep forgetting I’ve been to Tokyo: GAIDEN


As part of NEoN, Generator Projects is currently hosting an exhibition entitled ‘Geltung [validity]: perception of a natural right’. Blogger Ana Hine caught up with one of the artists involved, Newcastle-based Petra Szemán, to discuss her video-based piece ‘I keep forgetting I’ve been to Tokyo: GAIDEN’ as well as her wider practice as a zinemaker

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