Longhi interviews McMillian, who recently created the "Black Movement Project", an online database of Black motion capture data and Black character base models.
Identity, memory find expression in new media designer Kadambari Sahu’s multi-sensorial installations
Varghese reviews "Sniffing Out The Differences", installations that privilege the sense of smell to tell stories touching on many themes, from racism to connectedness.
Daniel Canogar’s Data Abstractions
Daniel Canogar's hypnotic "Billow" sculptures turn Google search data into pulsing fields of color.
The latest modern art installation is inside Fortnite
Your Progress Will Be Saved is the first part of a new project from the Manchester International Festival (MIF) called the “Virtual Factory,” which is essentially a virtual art gallery built using Fortnite’s creative mode.
Sonic Arms, graceful mechatronic concert
Aurelio Cianciotta shares some insight and images about Sonic Arms, a robotic performance by Ultravioletto.
Survival of the fittest - Nature and high-tech in contemporary art
Debatty reviews the "Survival of the Fittest" exhibition at the Kunstpalais in Erlangen.
Eva and Franco Mattes
Twerdy reviews the Eva and Franco Mattes exhibit, presented at the Phi Foundation for Contemporary Art, Montreal, November 8, 2019, to March 15, 2020
Duuuuude. What Happens if the Earth Gains Consciousness?
The interactive art pop-up The End of You tackles the environmental crisis through a transhumanistic lens. It'll even let you morph into a tree. Well, sorta.
Artist Refik Anadol Turns Data Into Art, With Help From AI
He sees pools of data as raw material for visualizations that he calls a new kind of “sculpture.”
Carsten Nicolai - The aesthetics of mathematics
Debatty reviews exhibition “Parallax Symmetry” presented at K21, in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Attitudes and forms by women
Over the centuries, women have had to extricate themselves from the roles that were reserved for them. In art, that of model or muse and, more broadly in society, that of cook or housewife. There are artists [...] who denounce the stereotypes of a society eager for standards [...]