Live multimedia performance for string quartet, electronic music and panoramic visuals, based on the concept of “graphic sonification”.
Lorenzo Pereira explores the difficulty of defining new media as an art, as it requires to question the definition of art itself.
Step Into This Art Project That Mimics An Endless Zoom Call
"Antibodies," an interactive installation, developed by Daniel Iregui, magnifies our lost connection to sharing physical space.
A year of viewing art virtually: the best and worst AR and VR work created during the pandemic
Our expert panel of artists and storytellers review extended reality exhibitions and events.
Jason Bruges Studio presents “The Constant Gardeners”, a monumental outdoor robotic art installation
“The Constant Gardeners” by Jason Bruges Studio draws inspiration from the aesthetic and craft of the traditional zen garden and from the sportsmen and women who carefully perfect their movements to train and excel in their fields.
“L'infini”, a Fantastic Odyssey
The immersive experience "L'infini" gives the opportunity to go higher and further: the creation of Felix & Paul Studios and Phi Studio, presented at the Arsenal, proposes an intimate and playful visit of the International Space Station (ISS) with astronauts.
Help, it’s 1,000 trillion degrees in here! The Big Bang artwork that makes scientists cry
What would it have been like to be inside the Big Bang? We meet the ultra-hi-tech art duo who are using light, sound and sub-atomic astro data to recreate the biggest explosion ever.
Artist and Concordia grad Rafael Lozano-Hemmer shines a light on the U.S.-Mexico border
His “BorderTuner” project bridged the cities of El Paso and Ciudad Juárez last November.
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.
The Crossover of New Media Immersion and Site-Specificity: Contemporary Art and Spatial Experience
Bock proposes a critical theory around the issues at stake in the crossover, particularly with regard to contemporary spatial experience and its implications for subjectivity.
"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."