From digital dives down black holes, to an immersive new world of BioArt, glimpse a future where art meets science. The trippy annual visual arts platform, Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF), is back for its 16th edition marking the first time that the festival will also be presented online. This year's Technotribalism title (sadly) fits our COVID era perfectly, especially if one considers the importance of every biometric and scientific piece of data that feeds the hunger of social distancing.
All you have to do is fill out the visitor's form and get invited to live workshops, special screenings, games, performances and talks around digital culture and creativity. Honestly, we wouldn't know where to start from. But there's a detailed programme available online, so take your time and pick.