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Herbert W. Franke Dead: Pioneering Digital Artist Dies at 95
The pioneering digital artist who created animations using computers early on, has died at 95. He left behind a rich and important legacy as a generative artist, science fiction author, and teacher.
Ken Knowlton, a Father of Computer Art and Animation, Dies at 91
His work at Bell Labs in the 1960s laid the groundwork for today’s computer-generated imagery in film and on TV.
AI art is challenging the boundaries of curation
Artists working with programs like DALL-E do more than push a button.
Beyond the Janus-Faced Typologies of Art and Technology
“Given how often art made with computers is still dismissed as unfeeling, automatic, random, inhuman, I start by examining generative art to suggest its surge of popularity speaks to some important aspects of our contemporary.”
BioMedia: the era of life-like media
The imposing BioMedia exhibition at the ZKM in Karlsruhe, directed by Peter Weibel, questions "life-like media". The installations of about fifteen artists exhibited in Germany are also presented at the Centre des arts of Enghien-les-Bains.
This feminist suit makes eye contact with the men gazing at it
The provocative garment challenges the male gaze—even in circumstances that invite you to look.
The Virtual and the Tangible: Auriea Harvey Interviewed by Charlotte Kent
Kent interviews Harvey to discuss her practice which spans virtual works, games, and tangible works as well.
Crypto Therapy for Mixed Crypto Feelings
The following script is based on the virtual event “Crypto Therapy for Mixed Crypto Feelings” co-created by Kyle McDonald and moderated by Dr. Michelle Kasprzak for STRP Festival on April 8, 2022.
Net Art - Creating in the Age of Digital Media
This article puts into perspective forms of attachment to Net art, revealing new media systems at the intersection of communication sciences, sociology of uses and artistic innovation.
Historicizing Art And Technology: Forging A Method And Firing A Canon
Shanken investigates why there is no comprehensive technological history of art, as there are histories of art with other angles.
"Just Art": Contemporary Art After the Art Formerly Known As New Media
Dietz discusses whether or not its valuable to make a distinction between Media Art and Contemporary Art.
Curating New Media
"I am interested in the distinctive properties of net art—what makes it a thing that is like no other?—but more as possibilities than requirements; as permeable across boundaries rather than fixed; and as transient over time."