Artificial intelligence program presented on television monitors and as video projection.
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Review of Museum and Archive on the Move: Changing Cultural Institutions in Digital Era
Peraica reviews "Museum and Archive on the Move: Changing Cultural Institutions in Digital Era"
Creativity in the digital age: how has the internet affected the art world?
A new exhibition examines the relationship between internet and art from how we view older pieces to how newer visions have been shaped by online tools.
Identity, memory find expression in new media designer Kadambari Sahu’s multi-sensorial installations
Varghese reviews "Sniffing Out The Differences", installations that privilege the sense of smell to tell stories touching on many themes, from racism to connectedness.
Toledo’s “Echo Chamber”
A critique of Luis Toledo’s "Echo Chamber", which Christa Sommerer presented during her keynote for the Leonardo 50th Anniversary Celebration at Concordia University.
Laura Elkin reviews William Forsythe's work exhibited at the Gagosian Le Bourget, in Paris, France.
The second Analogues monograph dedicated to the work of Céleste Boursier-Mougenot. Perturbations guides the reader through connections with sculpture, space, installation, movement, multimedia.
Etats seconds brings together works from 1995 through 2008, raising inevitable questions about how to situate this oeuvre in relation to visual art and music.
Sonic Arms, graceful mechatronic concert
Aurelio Cianciotta shares some insight and images about Sonic Arms, a robotic performance by Ultravioletto.
Carsten Nicolai - The aesthetics of mathematics
Debatty reviews exhibition “Parallax Symmetry” presented at K21, in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Daniel Canogar’s Data Abstractions
Daniel Canogar's hypnotic "Billow" sculptures turn Google search data into pulsing fields of color.