Stand-alone device that manages grains of rice. Electronics, rice.
Between the Art Canon and the Margins: Historicizing Technology-Reliant Art via Curatorial Practice
Papadaki demands an efficient methodology to historicize technology-reliant works by adapting "the curatorial scope and a holistic approach to viewing and documenting exhibitions."
How This Guy Makes Amazing Mechanical Mirrors
Daniel Rozin, Artist and Professor, Interactive Telecommunications Program, NYU, makes mechanical "mirrors" out of uncommon objects that mimic the viewer's movements and form.
New Media Precursor: Yoichiro Kawaguchi
In the 1980s, he was the first to build three-dimensional computer-generated images with algorithms: meet Yoichiro Kawaguchi.
New Media Precursor: Roy Ascott
Know of the visionary artist who anticipated as early as the 1960s the internet and interactive network exchanges as now found in social media?
This Artist Made a Radio Out of a Kitchen Sink
Amanda Dawn Christie’s work commemorates the fading glory of shortwave radio.
Polysemous light: light as a contradictory material in Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s work
This paper is a media archaeological study focused on one of the materials that has been recurrent in Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s installations and that has a contradictory character: light.
Making Kin with the Machines
Authors draw on the Indigenous epistemologies and understanding that "everything connects" to explore what human relationships should be with artificial intelligence and technology.
For an Archaeology of Kinetic Art
At a time when kinetic art seems to be enjoying a revival of interest, from critics and the market alike, several publications believe the archaeology of kinetic art still has to be written.
Tech and the fine art of complicity
What are the opportunities for technology in the arts – and what threats does it pose?
The Serious Relationship of Art and Technology
What is the link between art and technology? Explore how both art and technology challenge our perceptions in the world of contemporary art.