Augmented reality is the process of using technology to superimpose images, text or sounds on top of what a person can already see. It uses a smartphone or tablet to alter the existing picture, via an app. The user stands in front of a scene and holds up their device.

Kelly Ewing Turns Female Forms to Digital Art

After turning her practice to Digital Media, artist Kelly Ewing explores the intersection of the feminine as an object [...]

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 [...]

Curating Speculative Futures – Alice Scope

While many art galleries remain closed, new digital forms of curation have gained traction. For our next Agora talk, [...]

2021-08-12T20:23:39+01:0010 March 2021|Agora Talks, Augmented Reality, Computer Art, Digital Art, Digital Avatar, Feminism, In London, New Media Art, Video Art|Comments Off on Curating Speculative Futures – Alice Scope

Reacting to 2020: A Digital Time Capsule

What would a digital time capsule of 2020 look or sound like to you? Samm Anga and Veronica Petukhov [...]

2021-08-12T20:28:24+01:0028 February 2021|Agora Talks, Artist Residency, Augmented Reality, Computer Art, Digital Art, In London, New Media Art, Online Show, Video Art|Comments Off on Reacting to 2020: A Digital Time Capsule

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 [...]

2021-08-13T08:22:23+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

Digital Art Hidden in London’s Biggest AR Show

You can bring an invisible exhibition of Digital Art to life using just your smartphone in the capital’s first [...]

2021-05-15T17:29:12+01:003 January 2021|Augmented Reality, Digital Art, Immersive Environment, In London, New Media Art, On View|Comments Off on Digital Art Hidden in London’s Biggest AR Show

The Art of Breaking Boundaries: Digital Art at the Cutting Edge.

While many digital artists have embraced technology in the internet age, technologists have also embraced art, blurring the boundaries [...]

2021-04-24T03:49:50+01:002 November 2020|3D, Art and Technology, Augmented Reality, Biography, Computer Art, Game Art, Mixed Reality, Virtual Reality, Women To Watch|Comments Off on The Art of Breaking Boundaries: Digital Art at the Cutting Edge.

What is digital art and why does it matter?

What about digital art makes it “art”, and what makes it a worthy component of the 21st art landscape? [...]

2021-10-10T20:41:55+01:0022 July 2020|Animation Art, Art and Technology, Augmented Reality, Computer Art, Digital Art, In London, New Media Art|Comments Off on What is digital art and why does it matter?

It’s Not Easy Being Green: Maria Mahfooz’s first solo exhibition

It’s Not Easy Being Green, sang Kermit the Frog. Elspeth Walker |  Ed: Clare Deal  |  5 June [...]

2021-05-15T17:32:04+01:005 June 2020|Augmented Reality, Digital Art, In London, Performance, Video Art|Comments Off on It’s Not Easy Being Green: Maria Mahfooz’s first solo exhibition

Companionship in the Age of Loneliness (2020) – KAWS

What a perfect title in Covid19 times ... Elizabeth Harris  |  Ed: Francesca Gransden  |  4 April 2020 [...]

2021-04-24T03:44:24+01:0019 April 2020|Augmented Reality, In Australia, Online Show|Comments Off on Companionship in the Age of Loneliness (2020) – KAWS
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