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Faisal Anwar, Digital/Interactive Artist
"[It’s] clear that [Answar’s] committed to educating himself through various means—from residencies and self-teaching to collaborating and travelling—for many years to come."
This Artist Made a Radio Out of a Kitchen Sink
Amanda Dawn Christie’s work commemorates the fading glory of shortwave radio.
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.”
Alan Rath, Bay Area artist who pioneered electronic sculptures, dies at 60
Alan Rath, the Bay Area artist who crafted playful sculptures out of electronic and robotic material, inspiring a generation of Burning Man artists, died Tuesday, Oct. 27, in Oakland. He was 60.
Robot artist gets its first major exhibition — but is it truly creative?
The show will feature "self-portraits" created by a machine with no concept of a self.
An Artist Used 99 Phones to Fake a Google Maps Traffic Jam
With his "Google Maps Hack," artist Simon Weckert draws attention to the systems we take for granted—and how we let them shape us.
Pleasure principle: Meet the Chinese artist breaking taboos for fun, not politics
Artist Lu Yang is often labeled according to the themes she explores, the digital media she works with or for simply being young and Chinese. But the 33-year-old isn't interested in categorization.
Hiking through molasses: How an Edmonton artist is making black holes in the pandemic
Short documentary from Scott Portingale looks at the making of black hole art installations.
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."
Artist Farah Mulla uses sound to create art and as the medium for therapy
STIR investigates Farah Mulla’s experiments with aural experiences through her art installations, writing, and possibly cures that replace medical interventions.