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.

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 [...]

Pioneers #1: Tamiko Thiel – Reflections on the Artist’s Way

A pioneer in computing, new media and digital art, Tamiko crossed from using art to develop cutting edge technology [...]

Make it Glitch, Baby! Here’s Why Womxn Have a Competitive Edge in New Media

From glitch to gold: making ‘errors’ is no longer a fault, it’s a force. Discover why womxn have the [...]

2021-04-19T00:21:31+01:009 February 2021|Agora Talks, Art and Technology, Digital Art, Feminism, Glitch Art, New Media Art|Comments Off on Make it Glitch, Baby! Here’s Why Womxn Have a Competitive Edge in New Media

The Immersive Kind: A Space for Emerging Interdisciplinary Digital Artists with an X-factor

Many have tried to create an artistic community that welcomes non-binary and emerging artists. UK-based, global collective The Immersive [...]

2021-06-06T15:58:35+01:0024 January 2021|3D, Agora Talks, Animation Art, Art and Technology, Augmented Reality, Digital Art, LGBTQIA+, Mixed Reality, Virtual Reality|Comments Off on The Immersive Kind: A Space for Emerging Interdisciplinary Digital Artists with an X-factor
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