The Double Negative Interviews Binary Curator Herb Kim

The Double Negative magazine has today published a feature interview with our curator, Herb Kim:

The Baltic Triangle is fostering a reputation for housing some of the best and most interesting arts, culture, technology and innovation companies in Liverpool. So what happens when it spawns a mini festival? Laura Robertson speaks to its curator to find out more…

“If your job involves being innovative or creative in any way, you’re absolutely gonna love Binary.” I’m talking to Herb Kim, the curator of Binary Festival: a brand new, two-day jubilee of culture and digital community. Taking place in May this year at venues across Liverpool, Kim and the Binary team are working hard to gather together “inventors, leaders, makers and creators of our future”; homegrown and external expertise on one stage.

Read the article in full here.

Binary Festival 2016 Blog: a special media partnership between The Double Negative arts magazine, Creative Tourist culture and travel site and Binary Blog. See the Festival on 24 and 25 May 2016 in Liverpool, UK

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