Art, meet the future.

Mediale is an international media arts agency. We develop, produce, exhibit and tour work from artists working around the blurred edges of digital art. 

Through incorporating technologies into their works, the artists we work with bridge the gap between the new and the traditional, to challenge and inspire.

We maintain the highest possible standards of curation, delivery and production; commissioning and producing globally significant work that is accessible to all while championing diverse talent. 

Immersive Assembly Vol. 3

Immersive Assembly Vol 3 is an innovative artist development programme for early-career digital artists, producers and creators, supported by the Jerwood Developing Artists Fund and The Glasshouse International Centre for Music. A multi-disciplinary residency focused on learning, peer critique and developing new ideas/work inspired by immersive art & tech, bringing together a cohort of artists, technologists and cultural influencers to learn, share, network and play.

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Three Hundred and Thirty Three

Three Hundred and Thirty Three by Daisy Dickinson is a triptych of films set in and around the ancient sites and nature of the north east of England, co-produced and co-commissioned by Mediale and The Glasshouse International Centre for Music, and co-produced by From The Other.

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People We Love 2023

Beautiful, moving and timely, People We Love is a celebrated artwork and a continually evolving citizen engagement project which explores the invisible transaction between a person, a video portrait, and that emotion which bonds us all: love.

Created by KMA, and commissioned and produced by Mediale, editions of the work have so far been presented at York Minster (2020 and 2021), with Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership (2021), at Viborg Kunsthal (2022), and at Selby Abbey (2022). In 2023, the work has toured internationally, from Castle Howard in York, to a brand new edition for Viborg Cathedral, and finally at Art House Jersey.

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Funders & Supporters

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England. Individual projects are supported by Jerwood Arts, XR Stories at the University of York, the PRS Foundation, and through co-commissioning partnerships with several national and international organisations.