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Rafaël Rozendaal: ‘I see the same intensification of reality in Mondria...

The artist, who now has hundreds of websites to his name, talks about using the internet as his canv...

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Brown & Son: Art That Makes Itself

Father and son Paul and Daniel Brown work together as Brown & Son, ‘Purveyors of digital images si...

Watch This! Revelations in Media Art

Interactive and sound art installations, sculptures and animations, experimental film and video art ...

Morehshin Allahyari: ‘Suddenly, I had the opportunity of making art with...

The Iranian-born artist, who moved to the US in 2007, talks about important concepts in her work, in...

Janenne Eaton: ‘My work is deeply political’

Melbourne-based artist Janenne Eaton talks about the inspiration behind her recent installation, Roa...

Hayal Pozanti interview: ‘Materials and processes are pushing the bounda...

New York-based painter Hayal Pozanti talks about her invented alphabet, working with digital media, ...

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Fabrizio Poltronieri: Iconic Theogonies – The presentation of Computatio...

The 20 prints in this show are a product of pure chance, says Fabrizio Poltronieri, who as both arti...

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: interview

Famous for his interactive installations for public spaces, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer talks about his unu...

The Digital Revolution and the beginning of New Media Art

From the ICA’s landmark 1968 show Cybernetic Serendipity through Pac-Man and Mario Bros to the lat...

The Tao of Now

A New York don’t-miss event, this show is revolutionary. Though not exactly groundbreaking – the...

Julio Le Parc: Light and Movement

When talking about the Argentinean Julio Le Parc, it is impossible not to mention the remarkable epi...

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Light Show

Questions of whether one perceives light, or the object generating light, or whether light is just t...

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

In an exhibition at the Haunch of Venison, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer explores the way the viewer is able ...

On Purpose: An enquiry into the possible roles of the computer in art

This is not another article about ‘computer art’...

The Sociology of Knowledge

The sociology of knowledge is sure to be an eventful area of debate over the next few years...

‘Art & Technology’ on BBC

The series [Art & Technology on BBC] is primarily concerned with two problems—how artists use vari...

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Technology and art 20

On industrializ­ation and machinery in The Red Desert; on 'Ecogame' designed as a continuous intera...

Technology and Art 15: Computer graphics at Brunel

"The potential that was so evident at the 1968 ICA exhibition is still there, but the actuality has ...

Technology and Art 10: LINGUISTICS AND TOYS AT THE ICA

"Increasing numbers of mathematicians and of engineers have joined them [poets, philologists and phi...

Technology and art 8: `The prehistory of the visible'

To read Burnham on vitalist or biomorphic sculpture is to be reminded that there is no apparent corr...

Technology and art 5

The added originality in [Petar] Milojević's technique is that by slight changes to his programming...

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Technology and Art 4: SYMBIOTIC ART

Sound and light are not the only media which can be used, and it seems worthwhile to consider such w...

Technology and Art

An artist can acquire such [technical] skills for himself or he can borrow other people's....

The cybernetic sculpture of Tsai Wen-ying

Our attitude today to machinery is such a compound of dependence, admiration and fear; and the relat...

On art and technology

One nice thing about technology is that it can neither be called serious nor the opposite. It just i...

Cybernetic Serendipity—Getting Rid of Preconceptions

Cybernetic Serendipity exhibition was the demonstration of machine-aided creative processes...

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Cybernetic Serendipity: Correspondence

Cybernetics includes all observable systems—whether biological, electronic, industrial, economic o...

The Computer and Music: Coordinate Expansion

[Schillinger's views on the mathematical basis of various musical styles were formulated before digi...

Non-games

The esoteric books and games we are involved with here are those which one cannot do anything with. ...

Computer Art

Computer Art: The computer performs various functions which in the broader sense seem to be acts of ...



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