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ARTECHOUSE Announces New Exhibition "Future Sketches / Code Poems" Opening During Miami Art Week

A pioneer in innovative, experiential art, ARTECHOUSE is opening a digital art exhibition titled “Future Sketches / Code Poems” by renowned artist and educator Zach Lieberman. The exhibition marks the next chapter in Lieberman's journey, exploring the poetry within computation and pushing the boundaries of creative coding as an expressive medium. The exhibition will open to the public during Miami Art Week on December 6, 2023, and remain on display through May 2024.

Photo credit: Zach Lieberman

ARTECHOUSE's collaboration with Lieberman represents the latest in its series of groundbreaking collaborations with visionary artists working at the intersection of art and technology. “Future Sketches / Code Poems” builds upon the success of Lieberman's inaugural solo exhibition at ARTECHOUSE DC in 2020. Through a series of installations, Lieberman and his MIT Media Lab students reveal the poetry in computation, and encourage visitors to let their boundless imaginations take the lead when it comes to modern technology.

"In a world driven by innovation, ‘Future Sketches / Code Poems’ underscores the importance of fostering artistic innovation,” said Sandro Kereselidze, founder and Chief Creative Officer of ARTECHOUSE. “We are thrilled to showcase Zach Lieberman's pioneering work. This collaboration continues ARTECHOUSE's commitment to pushing the boundaries of experiential art, celebrating the dynamic intersection of creativity and technology."

Listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People” and a dynamic pioneer in interactive media and coding, Lieberman creates artwork with code and focuses on building experimental drawing and animation tools. Drawing from over a decade of work and research in media art, the exhibition explores how technology can transform the human body, voice, and gesture in expressive and imaginative ways.

“I believe that the projects should never be about technology,” stated Zach Lieberman. “Technology should always be in service of the idea. The idea should be something that is poetic or that tells us about what it means to be human. When I create work, I don’t want people to point at it and say, ‘that’s amazing software.’ I want them to say, ‘that’s a beautiful idea, that helped me see in a new way, or that made my day better.’”

A distinctive aspect of the exhibition, Lieberman's students from the MIT Media Lab will be involved and contribute their work to the showcase.

Photo credit: Clarissa Villondo

The exhibition will be divided into 19 distinctive installations that allow visitors to explore how code plays a role in creativity. Concepts covered include creative process and iteration, body and performance, painting with your voice, and augmented reality masks.

Through his art, Lieberman displays human gestures and amplifies them in different ways, such as by making drawings come to life, imagining what the voice might look like if we could see it, and transforming silhouettes into music.

“Future Sketches / Code Poems” will leave visitors asking, “How can computers help us understand what is human and unique about us?” and “What does code feel like?”

ARTECHOUSE is open Thursday-Monday, 1-8 p.m. Visitors who book online save on admission tickets. General admission tickets start at $25 for adults and $17 for children ages 4-15, while children under 4 enter free. Florida residents save $5 off admission tickets Monday-Friday (proof of residency required). For tickets and more information, visit

By ML Staff. Images courtesy of ARTECHOUSE


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