HINDLEY artist Louise Robson has unveiled her work at a digital arts exhibition in Greater Manchester.

It features in the Technology: Past and Future Exhibition in the public foyer of the University of Salford’s Media CityUK Campus which is free to visit until it closes on Friday, May 4.

Louise is Wigan borough’s representative in the display with nine other artists across Greater Manchester also expressing their talent.

Her work focuses on the way technology can be used to create art which is linked to its surroundings.

Curator at the University of Salford, Lindsay Taylor, said: “This is a stunning collection of digital art from some of the stars of tomorrow and we are thrilled to be hosting it.

“I hope staff, students and the public take the opportunity to see some of the superb and stimulating creations made here in Greater Manchester.”

Quays Culture commissioned the display to show off the region’s talent in the area of digital arts.

Creative producer at Quays Culture, Lucy Dusgate, added: “It is fantastic to be working closely with the University of Salford, and these very talented artists, to showcase a first exhibition, which brings together these creative minds and celebrates innovative digital artists from across the Greater Manchester region.

"We are delighted to be able to bring these pieces to a new audience in one space."