Outernet Arts is a new and free public art initiative heralding the largest digital exhibition space in Europe, dedicated to commissioning and presenting contemporary art via year-round programming in central London. With LED screens stretching across floor-to-ceiling in entirety, covering the expansive interior across five storeys, Outernet Arts serves as a world first in digital exhibition making.

The organisation aims to unite an international network of both established and under-represented artists through commissions investigating the intricate concept of ‘the media space.’ In doing so, Outernet Arts functions as a platform in which artist-led projects prompt larger conversations around our lives in a world dominated by the digital era.

All exhibitions are free and accessible to the public and run every Sunday between 12:00 - 18:00.


The art programme takes place at Outernet London, a new media and culture district at the centre of which is The Now Building, the most advanced digital space to date featuring 23,000 square feet of floor to ceiling, 360 degree, 26K screens across four storeys.

Getting Here

Outernet Arts is a public space, free and accessable to all

Exhibitions take place every Sunday between 12:00 – 18:00

The nearest train station is Tottenham Court Road Station

The Now Building
Centre Point

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Tony Tremlett
Ruth Waters