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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.”
Can copyright protect immersive art?
Japanese immersive powerhouse teamLab is no stranger to copyright disputes but the booming art form is still a difficult subject in legal terms.
Are NFTs here to stay?
0x Society gallery in Montréal boasts the first permanent NFT museum in Canada.
LutteCoin: Toward a Situationist Blockchain
Salvaggio and Wong noticed the “revolutionary” discourse attached to the decentralization of financial institutions in the cryptocurrency space, while lacking any truly revolutionary frameworks. They propose a decentralized peer-to-peer blockchain inspired by the Situationist International.
Meet black beyond, the collective centring Black femmes in the world of digital art and design
The collective is expanding the horizon of digital art, bringing Black femmes to the forefront in its new exhibition, _origins.
"In our Throwback series, we take a look back at past events, exhibitions, installations and other exciting happenings from the Ars Electronica universe since 1979."
How Women Artists Have Been Marginalized in the Blockchain Discourse
These women artists have been developing the creative possibilities within blockchain technology since the beginning.
A personal history of interactive installations - Part 1
Nesci presents key moments and figures that had an impact on him and which helped him form his understanding of the field, rather than aiming for an exhaustive history of the field.
Can works created by AI be considered works of art and who owns copyright?
Nowadays, artificial intelligence is conquering almost all spheres of life, and the higher art industry is no exception.