Room-sized installation of pickups, plants with computer-managed systems that manage fog and light to sustain plants.
Enter the mesmerising, AI-driven world of artist Refik Anadol
Refik Anadol’s masterly use of data sets and AI models allows him to create dazzling “living paintings”, now on display in MoMA’s Gund Lobby.
The Algorithmic Gesture: Sougwen Chung’s MEMORY
The V&A has recently acquired "MEMORY (Drawing Operations Unit Generation 2)" by Sougwen Chung.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's Glimmering “Pulse Topology” Arrives in Miami with BMW i
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's immersive “Pulse Topology” is made up of 3,000 lights which rhythmically pulsate with visitors' heartbeats.
David Hockney to launch immersive art show in London in January 2023
“David Hockney: Bigger & Closer (not smaller & further away)” at the Lightroom in London will use digital projection and audio technology to deliver a journey through Hockney’s world.
Computational Portraiture from Media Artist Chelsi Cocking
StandardVision is currently showcasing a selection of MIT Media Lab researcher Chelsi Cocking's Photorhythms series on several large-scale LED facades across Los Angeles for a public digital art exhibition.
Herbert W. Franke Dead: Pioneering Digital Artist Dies at 95
The pioneering digital artist who created animations using computers early on, has died at 95. He left behind a rich and important legacy as a generative artist, science fiction author, and teacher.
Ken Knowlton, a Father of Computer Art and Animation, Dies at 91
His work at Bell Labs in the 1960s laid the groundwork for today’s computer-generated imagery in film and on TV.
"Unstable Intermediated Forms" by Rob Feulner and Sam Meech
Beginning November 11, 2021, TOPO announces a new exhibition in the showcase with a media proposal by artists Rob Feulner and Sam Meech.
June and July 2021 Content Additions
Content referenced and added during June and July 2021.
This trippy, immersive show is transforming this gorgeous NYC landmark again
The original immersive exhibit with massive digital projections has returned to NYC.