New Media Art

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.

Painting the digital and painting digitally: The Proustian dialogue between Guy Yanai and Refik Anadol

It can’t eat a Madeleine, but can a machine have a Proustian moment? Join us as we explore memory [...]

Digital Dreaming: Four New Media Artists explore the abundance of imagination at the Venice Biennale

Be intrigued by these Digital Artists who explore the metamorphosis of the body and unbridled fantasy at the most [...]

2022-06-29T13:42:01+01:0012 June 2022|Digital Art, New Media Art, Women To Watch|0 Comments

Buying the sky: Digital art at C/O Berlin exposes the reality of the cloud

The web of ideas and associations mapped in C/O Berlin’s Songs of the Sky: Photography and the Cloud reveals [...]

The Face of The Rain – Marcella França

Marcella França’s artistic practice utilises a multidisciplinary approach to create powerfully evocative and immersive experiential art that speaks to [...]

Six Female Webtoon Artists From Around the World Shaping Digital Comic Space

As we conclude this month of celebrating Women and especially female digital artists, Agora Digital spoke to talented female [...]

2022-04-23T07:21:37+01:0025 March 2022|Digital Art, New Media Art, WebComics|0 Comments
Go to Top