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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.
Sound Art Situations
An analysis of two sound art performances that took place in June 2015 in outdoor public spaces at the social housing area Urbanplanen in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Glitch Art, the Perfect Imperfection
Scratched DVDs, pixelated video, damaged or corrupted files, software bugs... Technological bugs have given rise to a new form of art brut.
What is the future of media art?
“In the future, the only artwork that will survive will have no gravity at all” maintained Nam June Paik [...] speculated that the art of the future, once liberated from the gravity of its material, will lack a “preservable” aspect.
How to Keep Kinetic Art Moving
Modern art conservator Lydia Beerkens prevents kinetic artworks from becoming still lives.
Why Is It so Difficult to Define New Media Art?
Lorenzo Pereira explores the difficulty of defining new media as an art, as it requires to question the definition of art itself.
Best practices for conservation of media art from an artist’s perspective
"This text is written to outline what artists may choose to do on the subject in order to i) simplify our life in the long run, ii) generate income, and iiii) take ownership of the way our work will be presented in the future."
Diffractive Art Practices: Computation and the Messy Entanglements between Mainstream Contemporary Art, and New Media Art
"We argue for a new term, diffractive art practices, and suggest that such art practices move beyond the bifurcation of NMA and MCA to partially reconfigure the practices between art, computation and humanities."
William Forsythe’s ‘Black Flags’ raises choreography to a new level
The innovative USC Kaufman faculty member explores the peripheries of art, movement and space in his most recent work.