Professor Johannes DeYoung Exhibits Work at the Digital Graffiti Festival

Posted on April 18, 2024

Professor Johannes DeYoung will exhibit his work, “The Endless Mile,” at the 17th Annual Digital Graffiti in Alys Beach Florida, May 17 to 18. This evening festival illuminates the town of Aly Beach with the latest in animation, design, and projection technologies. Two glowing evenings of innovation and inspiration feature artists from around the world exhibiting works of projection mapping, generative art, experimental short films, and animation, as well as sound, motion, and light-responsive installations.

The Scenic 30A community of Alys Beach, located along the northwest Florida coastline, provides the environment for the Digital Graffiti festival, the open-air, organic gallery for projections of original artworks. Staged against the elegant white walls of Alys Beach, Digital Graffiti provides a large-scale blank canvas for artists to explore the visual intersection of art and architecture. The engagement between the art, architecture, and audience is transformative, creating an immersive and interactive experience that is entirely unique to the Digital Graffiti festival, named as one of the top “24 Unconventional Art Destinations Around the World” by National Geographic.

Festival website