Africa's first transdisciplinary design lab at the intersection of Arts, Science and Technology to affect society.


We incorporate Art-Thinking to develop solutions that improve well-being of society.


Using cutting-edge methods and technologies, with advanced know-how of international partners.


We believe technology is a tool and an enabler to improving lives.


Gallery of Code is set-up as a transdisciplinary research and development design lab which combines creative artistic, scientific and technological approaches in addressing social questions and challenges. It is a partnership with Ars Electronica FutureLab an Austrian based Arts, Science and technology institute.

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Arts x Tech Festival 2019

Announcing the first-ever Arts & Tech Festival Abuja 2019 from Oct 17 – 19th 2019 Arts x Tech Festival Abuja brings together Artists, Creatives, Technologists and anyone curious to connect the intersection between art and technology. It seeks to unlock … Read More

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Presentation on Generative Arts at Abuja Artist Meetup

The boundaries of the intersection of Arts and Technology is increasingly being pushed as our lives become more dependent on the digital world.  Even more interesting to note is the heavy influence on digital on creativity. Over the last 50 … Read More

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Our Partners

About our Partner - Ars Electronica

Since 1996, ARS ELECTRONICA FUTURELAB constitutes the research- and development-motor of Ars Electronica. This section is conceptualized as an artistic-scientific think tank and as a studio-lab. Its projects are as prototypical future sketches an invitation to discuss and reflect on future concepts and their meaning for our society.

Projects & Programs


WorkLearn® is a 3 month technical expertise and technology capacity development program aimed at equipping students who are on industrial apprenticeship attachment of tertiary institutions and recent graduates with technical and entrepreneurial expertise to improve their employability and empowering them for sustainable livelihoods. On concluding the WorkLearn program participants will jointly develop a new invention, project or solution with experts from our foreign partner institutions in the Lab and go on residencies at laboratories of partner institutions. Viable projects are connected to partners for access to capital and finance to scale the inventions or projects.

Live:Paper ®

Live:Paper® is a program designed to bring to life research work and innovative projects developed in tertiary institutions and Universities. Outstanding Msc and Undergraduate final projects/papers are recommended by a jury of University Professors and the initiators of these project gain residencies to jointly develop them into working prototypes or solutions at the lab together with visiting scientists from our pool of institutions.