Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1960s, various names have been used to describe the process, including computer art and multimedia artDigital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term new media art.

Agora #2: Mothers in Digital Art – Wednesday Kim and Flavia Visconte

Beyond the romanticised idea of (m)otherhood, does this "condition" changed with the symbiosis of technology and the artist's life? [...]

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 [...]

Curator’s Radar #5: Videogame Art with Kristoffer Zetterstrand

In our fifth episode of Curator’s Radar, we are in conversation with Kristoffer Zetterstrand, an accomplished Swedish artist whose [...]

Digital Art: Hacks and Embodiment in the Work of Marjan Moghaddam

With her famous #arthacks and #glitchgoddess, the award-winning work of Marjan Moghaddam actively redefines form for digital art. On [...]

Belonging #2: Exploring Shifting Proximities at the Nxt Museum

In this episode we will find out from three different perspectives how the Nxt's current exhibition was formed and [...]

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

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

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