New media art is usually defined as a genre that encompasses artworks created with new media technologies, including digital art, computer graphics, computer animation, virtual art, Internet art, interactive art, video games, computer robotics, 3D printing, and art as biotechnology.

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 [...]

Four Arab Women Comic Book Artists

Ten years after the beginning of the Arab Spring how can they express themselves in the medium as Arab [...]

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 [...]

West Sydney’s Finest Demon: Serwah Attafuah draws us into her digital dreamworld

From Western Sydney to Sotheby’s, digital artist Serwah Attafuah creates luminous renditions of our future, giving us the ‘floorplans [...]

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 [...]

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