Kirin Bit.Fall

23.05.14

Events, Industrial

As part of its “Inspired Cider” creative campaign, Kirin Cider has commissioned the creation of a new art installation based on the incredible Bit.fall series by German artist Julius Popp.  
 
Recreated as a visual art piece by Kirin Cider, Kirin Bit.Fall is the first time that this kind of installation will be seen outside of a gallery on the Australian mainland, and encourages viewers to engage with digitally generated art.
 
Kirin Bit.Fall will be officially unveiled at this year’s Semi-Permanent exhibition which kicked off yesterday in Sydney. Attended by the who’s who in the design world, Semi-Permanent is one of the largest events of its type, and a leading international creative platform spreading art and design inspiration around the world.

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