arebyte Gallery is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 2010 by Nimrod Vardi and Hajni Semsei. It began as a nomad art organisation producing art projects in alternative spaces such as public parks, barbershops, leisure centres and alike. In 2013 arebyte moved to a fixed gallery space within Arbeit Studios in Hackney Wick.

The gallery is supported by Arbeit Project Ltd and other public and private funding bodies.  arebyte’s programme is curated by Nimrod Vardi, a young curator based in London. Vardi’s work and research revolves mainly around digital arts with a focus on virtual and physical representation of the body and objects online and offline.

“arebyte Gallery is a valuable creative resource situated in Hackney Wick on the edge of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. As part of the Park’s Arts & Culture strategy we are committed to supporting the existing wealth of creative organisations and artists that surround us, and keeping the cultural economy in east London. arebyte’s excellent programme of innovative contemporary art exhibitions and projects is something we are keen to support wherever possible and make links into the Park.”

Adriana Marques
Head of Arts & Culture, Queen Elizabeth and Olympic Park and LLDC