Feminism, the belief in social, economic, and political equality of the sexes. Although largely originating in the West, feminism is manifested worldwide and is represented by various institutions committed to activity on behalf of women’s rights and interests.

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 [...]

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 [...]

NFTs in Digital Art: Tokens or Tokenism?

Discover how NFTs are democratising the art world and making it more inclusive to women in Digital Art. [...]

Women of Crypto Art (WOCA) Launch the NFT Arcana Crypto Tarot

22 women digital artists get together to create the world’s first functional Tarot NFT and launch it on programmable [...]

HyperAllergic: Why We Need a Feminist Manifesta of the Blockchain

The blockchain signals a shift in our identity formation in the 21st century. Claudia Hart  |  Ed HyperAllergic [...]

You’re Doing Amazing Sweetie? Kim and the Critical Eye of Digital Art

Have you ever lusted after a fitspo physique or Kim Kardashian’s (k)urves? Australian digital artist Tyler Payne’s works ask [...]

Carla Gannis’ Cabinet of Curiosities

On the 14th of April, Agora will explore digital artist Carla Gannis’s most recent project, which reimagines the archival [...]

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, [...]

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