Over time, art and technology have become more and more intertwined, with many contemporary artists adopting new types of media to create their work. From laser-printed ceramics to code-generated paintings, digital artists are using technology to push the boundaries of traditional practices.

Who Does Not Want More?

How would you depict a specific feeling or emotion? Gabriela Reyes uses visual programming to interpret romantic and erotic [...]

NFTism Pushes the Boundaries as it Brings Together Diverse Talent From the Digital Art World

NTFism: No Fear in Trying (NFTism) brings together around 100 digital artists from different backgrounds. The show taps into [...]

How to create clean NFTs?

The world was disrupted by the non-fungible tokens, but those digital certificates present some difficulties. NFTs are difficult to [...]

Danger, High Voltage! Lightbulb Moments Abound at White Rabbit Gallery’s Lumen

Thunder, lightning, very very frightening! Light can shock, expose, surprise and clarify, but cannot exist without its sister state [...]

HyperAllergic: How Women Artists Were Marginalized in the Blockchain Discourse

These women artists have been developing the creative possibilities within blockchain technology since the beginning. Charlotte Kent |  Ed [...]

Agora #1: Blockchain Certification for Digital Art – Vinciane Jones

Certification: What are the options for artists? YoungMi Lamine  | recorded: 7 April 2021 [...]

Are NFTs a Force for Good in the Art Market?

What exactly is an NFT, and why are they being touted as a tool for New Media artists to [...]

Ashley Zelinskie: What is Art for the Singularity?

“What is art?” is a question that has been haunting the minds of philosophers, artists, gallery-goers, art critics, your [...]

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