010101: Art for Our Times



February 28, 2001


Tatsuo Miyajima's Floating Time, an immersive installation in which the environment is a form of time, is among the works in SFMOMA's new exhibit {010101: Art In Technological Times}. [...] This week the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will open one of the most ambitious exhibitions in its history, a show filled with animated "paintings," virtual reality art, cyborg sculptures and other technological creations. But the museum is quick to point out that {010101: Art In Technological Times} is absolutely not an exhibition of technology.

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Spingarn-Koff, Jason. “010101: Art for Our Times.” Wired, Feb. 2001, https://www.wired.com/2001/02/010101-art-for-our-times/.
Spingarn-Koff, Jason. “010101: Art for Our Times.” Wired, February 28, 2001. https://www.wired.com/2001/02/010101-art-for-our-times/.
Spingarn-Koff, J. (2001, February 28). 010101: Art for Our Times. Wired. https://www.wired.com/2001/02/010101-art-for-our-times/
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