Artificial intelligence program presented on television monitors and as video projection.
NFT Art Isn't as Groundbreaking as It Seems
According to digital art curators, there's much more to the medium than what you see on NFT marketplaces.
Robot artist gets its first major exhibition — but is it truly creative?
The show will feature "self-portraits" created by a machine with no concept of a self.
Why an Animated Flying Cat With a Pop-Tart Body Sold for Almost $600,000
A fast-growing market for digital art, ephemera and media is marrying the world’s taste for collectibles with cutting-edge technology.
In-game museums are great because all video games are museums
Carpenter argues about how digital renditions of museums, whether representing real ones or imaginary ones, are actually museums.
The Blockbuster Avant-Garde
The immersive experiences of teamLab thrill audiences and break the gallery business model. Do they even need the art world?
The View from Inside
The art world has been reluctant to accept immersive experiences, but their popularity and inventiveness makes them impossible to ignore.
A Short History of Self-Representation in Digital Art
This article examines the lesser-known history of artistic self-representation in digital art, from the beginning of computer art to the present day.
Fifty Years of Immersive Art
McCray explores how immersive art differs from other art forms that produce art objects.
How video signal processing emerged as real-time art
Kirn shares a discussion panel about the book "The Emergence of Video Processing Tools", and some live performances as well.
Nam June Paik’s Pioneering Vision: How the Artist Predicted an Age of Digital Technology
His work sometimes acted as a "glimpse of tomorrow."