Artificial intelligence program presented on television monitors and as video projection.
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A Short History of Self-Representation in Digital Art
This article examines the lesser-known history of artistic self-representation in digital art, from the beginning of computer art to the present day.
NFT Art Isn't as Groundbreaking as It Seems
According to digital art curators, there's much more to the medium than what you see on NFT marketplaces.
Ten Myths of Internet Art
This article identifies ten myths about Internet Art, and explains the difficulties museums and others have understanding what it means to make art for the Internet.
Laura Elkin reviews William Forsythe's work exhibited at the Gagosian Le Bourget, in Paris, France.
How video signal processing emerged as real-time art
Kirn shares a discussion panel about the book "The Emergence of Video Processing Tools", and some live performances as well.
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.
The Suspension of History in Contemporary Media Arts
This article examines the temporal turn which has supported the development of media arts since the late 1980s.
Top Reading Sources on Media Arts
Not so many books were written about media arts, while the ones we recommend in this feature are obligatory readings for all those art lovers, collectors and curators who want to explore the rich world of new media art.
Sonic Arms, graceful mechatronic concert
Aurelio Cianciotta shares some insight and images about Sonic Arms, a robotic performance by Ultravioletto.