Following their first-ever digital art installations at last year’s event, Kappa FuturFestival, one of Europe’s top electronic music festivals, is happy to announce another program of digital art for this year’s festival.
With a lineup that promises to provide fans of electronic music and digital art an immersive and memorable experience, KFF23 is poised to be bigger and better than ever.
They will be bringing a variety of digital artists to the site to display their work in a carefully organized exhibition. Festival visitors will be taken on a voyage of color and motion by this year’s digital art collection, which was selected in collaboration with the digital art platform Blackdove. Kappa FuturFestival is poised to be the ideal location for anybody wishing to experience the greatest in digital art, not only electronic music, with Beryl and Oz headlining, along with other outstanding artists.
Beryl, Blake Kathryn, and Burt are included in this year’s FuturCollection lineup. Oz, Perry Cooper, Rolzay, Silly Gabe, Stillman, Yonson, Looping Lovers, Luke Penry, Marcel van Luit, Fabio Comparelli, Fesq, Jarvinart, Jonas Pfeiffer, Josh Pierce, Julien Missaire, Klarens, Leo Köhler, NoCreative, Yonson, and Vera Cruz.
Blackdove is the ideal partner for FuturFestival because of its dedication to bridging the gap between the art world and technology. For the whole month of June, every artwork will be for sale on the Blackdove platform and at their summer exhibition at Porto Urbano in Turin, allowing festival-goers the chance to bring a piece of the immersive experience home. Openings and other special events will be held in Porto Urbano to display the artwork and joint ventures with the artists chosen for this year’s FuturCollection.
“At Futur, we believe that electronic music and digital art are two sides of the same coin, and that together they create an immersive experience that festival-goers love,” said the festival’s director, Maurizio Vitale. With Blackdove on board, we’re excited to reach a larger audience and provide festival-goers the opportunity to carry a bit of the fun home.