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Future Art Is Vivid 2023

If you want to dance all night to world-class DJ sets while soaking up the creativity of the world's top digital artists, this is the Vivid Sydney party for you.
By Grace MacKenzie
June 06, 2023
By Grace MacKenzie
June 06, 2023

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From the party-powered cities of Miami and Ibiza comes Future Art, the massive art-meets-music biz that's taking a global approach to throwing events. And because the annual light, music and ideas festival the Harbour City's now known for is happening this month, the Future Art community is bringing Future Art Is Vivid to Darling Harbour.

On Saturday, June 16, Home The Venue will be lighting up to host an immersive night celebrating talented digital artists and DJs. After a successful debut outing at Vivid Sydney in 2022, the team's bringing stacks more to the dance floor this year.

The one-off night will feature tunes courtesy of Black Angus (Sneaky Sound System), Dave Goode (of The Potbelleez, and co-founder of Future Art) and Sarah Main (fresh from Pacha Ibiza) promising a heaving dance floor till 3am. Then, on the visual art side of things, you'll experience works from an international collection of digital-art talents — like Jon Noorlander, Neurocolor and Rebecca Rose — as well as home grown artists including Stuart Sale and Joe Pease.

Multidisciplinary Sydney artist Serwah Attafuah will display her brightly-hued dreamscape NFTs, which have been commissioned for clients as wide-reaching as Paris Hilton and Mercedes Benz. And there's Sophie Tea too, a Brit in the digital art space who brings vibrancy, references to the natural world and human-like figures to her collections.

Marrickville-based Stuart Sale — who garnered attention in 2022 after his mural of Queen Elizabeth II was vandalised — will have his latest collection on show; as will fellow Sydneysider Brad Robson, whose contemporary painting style (and the staggering size of his work) has taken him the world over.

If you're looking to experience a late-night fusion of art and music, mark June 16 in your diary and secure a ticket, stat.

'Future Art Is Vivid' takes over Home the Venue on Saturday, June 16 from 8pm till 3am. For more information and to nab your tickets, head to the website.

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