Libby Heaney’s Lady Chatterley’s Tinderbot makes its UK debut at The Lowry, Salford in their forthcoming exhibition humansbeingdigital.
humansbeingdigital draws on an international selection of artworks that bring us to the touch-point between human beings and being digital. Felix Luque Sanchez, Max Dovey and Libby Heaney use humorous aspects of modern communication in their works which involve emails, Instagram and Tinder respectively. The artworks look at ideas about identity, relationships, independence and the absurd side of technology.
The Lowry is a registered charity committed to using visual and performing arts to enrich people’s lives. We present audiences with a diverse programme of theatre, opera, musicals, dance, music, comedy and visual art as well as events and activities to expand the horizons of audiences and artists alike.
The exhibition will take place Sat 18 Nov – Sun 25 Feb and features nine artists exploring new perspectives on life, emotion and relationships via digital technologies.