claudia hart

Claudia Hart emerged as part of that generation of 90s intermedia artists in the “identity art” niche, but is now updated through the scrim of technology. Her work is about issues of the body, perception, and nature collapsing into technology and then back again. Everything is fluid in it including gender. She considers it Cyborg-ish, creating liminal spaces, and is in love with the interface between real and unreal because it is a space of contemplation and transformation.

She lives in both New York and Chicago, shows with Transfer and Bitforms galleries and is married to the Austrian media artist Kurt Hentschlager.

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 [...]

2021-08-12T17:49:42+01:0020 April 2021|Art Market, Blockchain, cryptocurrency, Digital Art, ethereum, Feminism, New Media Art, NFT, tokens|Comments Off on HyperAllergic: Why We Need a Feminist Manifesta of the Blockchain

Claudia Hart: How Her Latest Digital Art Exhibition Got Meta

While today’s reality is bound to four walls for most of us, digital art offers us endless ways to [...]

2022-01-27T15:07:31+00:0010 December 2020|Agora Talks, Computer Art, Digital Art, Digital Avatar, Illustration, Immersive Environment, Metaverse, New Media Art, Performance, Sculpture, Video Art|Comments Off on Claudia Hart: How Her Latest Digital Art Exhibition Got Meta

Claudia Hart

Claudia Hart A bridge between the virtual space and the reality, Claudia Hart’s works [...]

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