Mission Statement

Lahore Digital Arts Festival (LDF) aims to celebrate the emerging digital culture of Pakistan by bringing together a community of artists and audiences to explore the intersection of art, technology, and everything in-between. Click on the image to read more.


LDF II: Concluded with 45,000+ visitors

Four main themes emerged from the Metaverse Bodies collection of nine exhibitions based on climate change's impacts, gender and identity, culture and heritage conservation, and computational concepts such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and futuristic landscapes.

Metaverse Bodies

The further we move into the digital age, the more we seek to immerse ourselves. From the static experience of reading a webpage to now tricking our minds with augmented reality, we are full of science fiction visions of fully customizable simulated realities in which we live out our dreams and fantasies. What is our embodied experience of reality and how does it shape our bodies?

Featured Artists

Herman Rahman

A mixed-media artist, currently on a studio residency at HART HAUS Hong Kong (Image from the project: HAN 한).


Ayesha Mubarak Ali

Her practice explores hybrid models, mixed media, digital fabrications, 3d Renderings, and wearables.

Nabeel Anwar

Nabeel is a Visual/Interface Designer and Illustrator from Pakistan specializing in AR/VR User Interface.

Selected Coverage


Featured Works

Signature Boi

Part of the digital painting series "Signature Boi" By Muhammad Nafay.

18 Years of Bombings in 30 seconds

A visualization of bombing incidents in Pakistan with fatalities from 2000 to 2017 (Plotree).

Grocery Run

Part of Maha Abdul Alaam's concept painting series inspired from BOTW-2.

Rangeen Pakistan

Rangeen Pakistan uses artificial intelligence to add color into old, black and white photos of Pakistan.


International Donors


Cultural Organizations