Digilogue exhibitions, which provide a new space for works that are an extension of the current techniques and alternative ways of thinking gained by technology, are realizing digital transformation.

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Body Paint

March 10, 2019

Having been exhibited in many galleries such as Tate Britain and Victoria&Albert Museum, "Body Paint" has emerged from the idea that the body creates an instinct to express itself with movement and dance.


March 29, 2018

With the large number of diamonds perfectly aligned over the long distance, the viewers will witness a study of space over vast dimensions with detailed light and sound programming by Nonotak.

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Future Tellers

June 13, 2017

The theme of "Future Tellers" is inspired by another human state, the imagination, which often takes place at the heart of science fiction.

Across The Line

November 14, 2017

Across the Line exhibition is a group exhibition of mixed media, installation, coding, lighting, sculpture, and mechanic, as a result of the interaction between 12 artists from various creative disciplines, gathered as part of the two-week AltCity Istanbul Residency program held in collaboration between British Council and Digi.logue, led by the U.K.-based digital art collective SquidSoup.

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June 13, 2017

David OReilly sets out in an interactive world where players can explore many possible existences, a game where you can be anything you want!

Upload = Delphic Panaceas

April 20, 2017

Digilogue is launching its activities during 2017 with its “Audint” exhibition under the scope of Sonar +D. Audint's exhibition, Upload = Delphic Panaceas, will take place at the Zorlu Performing Arts Centre until April 20.

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Digital Revolution

February 20, 2016

Digital Revolution brings together for the first time a number of artists who push the boundaries in their fields using digital media, with the contributions of Barbican International Enterprises and Zorlu Holding in Istanbul!