Belonging #1: What is at the heart of the Nxt Museum with Natasha Greenhalgh

Transforming the New Media Art Scene in the Netherlands, in this episode of Belonging, we chat to Natasha Greenhalgh [...]

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 [...]

Agora Talk: 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 [...]

FORMAT21’s Must-See Virtual Exhibition “Fluid Bodies”

The UK’s leading international photo festival showcases the best in contemporary photography in FORMAT21’s interactive Digital Art space. In [...]

Queer As Art #1: Trans-Magic Identity Crisis – Sammie Veeler

Sammie Veeler's work really embodies trans-magic, a constant queer discussion between her craft and herself. A soulful self-discovery encompassing [...]

2021-04-18T22:34:09+01:0013 March 2021|Digital Art, Digital Music, In Los Angeles, Interview, LGBTQIA+, New Media Art, Podcast Interview|Comments Off on Queer As Art #1: Trans-Magic Identity Crisis – Sammie Veeler

Curating Speculative Futures During Lockdown with Alice Scope

While many art galleries remain closed, new digital forms of curation have gained traction. For our next Agora talk, [...]

2021-04-19T00:03:28+01:0010 March 2021|Agora Talks, Augmented Reality, Computer Art, Digital Art, Digital Avatar, Feminism, In London, New Media Art, Video Art|Comments Off on Curating Speculative Futures During Lockdown with Alice Scope

Reacting to 2020: A Digital Time Capsule

What would a digital time capsule of 2020 look or sound like to you? Samm Anga and Veronica Petukhov [...]

2021-04-19T00:19:37+01:0028 February 2021|Agora Talks, Augmented Reality, Computer Art, Digital Art, In London, New Media Art, Online Show, Video Art|Comments Off on Reacting to 2020: A Digital Time Capsule
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