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Historicizing Art And Technology: Forging A Method And Firing A Canon
Shanken investigates why there is no comprehensive technological history of art, as there are histories of art with other angles.
Artists and engineers joined forces in the 1960s, blurring the line between art and technology
McCray’s research reveals the ways in which experimental arts and sciences collaborations of the past opened up opportunities for today’s interdisciplinary relationships at universities and corporations.
Diffractive Art Practices: Computation and the Messy Entanglements between Mainstream Contemporary Art, and New Media Art
"We argue for a new term, diffractive art practices, and suggest that such art practices move beyond the bifurcation of NMA and MCA to partially reconfigure the practices between art, computation and humanities."
The Serious Relationship of Art and Technology
If we are to understand that creative production reflects the period of time we are all in, how are we to grasp the growing number of young contemporary authors that base their practice on the presentation of immaterial and ephemeral things?
Nam June Paik Predicted the Future by Melding Art and Technology
The Korean-born Fluxus pioneer saw the link between new media technologies and spirituality and had predicted the invention of the internet in the 1970s.
Digital art galleries that lead the conversation around blockchain art and digital art
Writer Charlotte Kent dives into the digital art galleries that are leading the conversation in blockchain art and digital art.
The Crossover of New Media Immersion and Site-Specificity: Contemporary Art and Spatial Experience
Bock proposes a critical theory around the issues at stake in the crossover, particularly with regard to contemporary spatial experience and its implications for subjectivity.
In ‘Uncanny Valley,’ Art and Tech Collide
The hit-or-miss exhibition, currently on view at the De Young, poses questions about how art should engage with technology.
Digital Divide: Contemporary Art And New Media
Most art today deploys new technology at one if not most stages of its production, dissemination, and consumption. Why did the appearance and content of contemporary art have been curiously unresponsive to the digital revolution?
Documenting Media Art: An Archive and Bridging Thesaurus for MediaArtHistories
While Media Art has evolved into a critical field at the intersection of art, science and technology, a significant loss threatens this art form due to rapid technological obsolescence and static documentation strategies.