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This book analyses the methodology behind developing installation art with contemporary materials and technology.
Sculpture/Installation students experiment with the making and transformation of three-dimensional objects in relation to other components, such as space, sound, text and images.
New Media Installation
"New Media Installation" offers a fascinating look into the world of technology-based art installations, with a global selection of artists and works.
The Immersive Installation as Feminist Intervention
Christina Yglesias reviews "A Capsule Aesthetic: Feminist Materials in New Media Art" by Kate Mondloch.
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.
Code, waterfalls and wonder collide in this interactive Montreal art installation
New media artist, Daniel Iregui, along with a team of Montreal programmers, used thousands of lines of code to create an ever-evolving and inviting downpour of pixels.
At Ai Weiwei’s Unnerving New Installation, The Art Spies On You
As drones buzz overhead inside the pitch-black space, you don’t realize you’re being watched until it’s too late.
Jason Bruges Studio presents “The Constant Gardeners”, a monumental outdoor robotic art installation
“The Constant Gardeners” by Jason Bruges Studio draws inspiration from the aesthetic and craft of the traditional zen garden and from the sportsmen and women who carefully perfect their movements to train and excel in their fields.
Shohei Fujimoto showcases a kinetic laser installation at ARTECHOUSE in New York
In a first, New York’s ARTECHOUSE invites Shohei Fujimoto for his solo exhibition, Intangible Forms, which features five artworks by the Japanese creator.
On Sampled Time and Intermedial Space: Postproduction, Video Installation and Christian Marclay’s The Clock
Bouman critiques Marclay’s installation "The Clock" (2010) and investigates what sets it apart from other installations and films.