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Musicians and artists including Peter Blake, Bloc Party and Alison Goldfrapp are to contribute a series of images interpreting the theme of “Tomorrow” for a brand new exhibition at London’s ICA this May.

The “All Tomorrow’s Pictures” project aims to “highlight the creative potential of fusing art and technology” as part of the cultural venue’s 60th anniversary celebrations.

All 59 artists taking part need to produce their image or series of images using a Sony Ericsson K800i, the latest Cybershot phone.

A 60th contributor to the exhibition will be chosen by a public competition next month.

“All Tomorrow’s Pictures” will run at the ICA from May 30 – June 8.

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