Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Ivorian businesswoman Alice Gbelia transforming digital art in Zurich

Alice Gbelia did not envision that she would be running one of the biggest sites for African art, but one personal experience changed all that.

In her search for artworks for her house, Gbelia could not find the products that fit her style, her African heritage and her love for black pop culture.  Read more.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Seeing digital art in a new light

The space seems filled with endless rows of glass lamps that shine as someone goes close. The light then moves from one lamp to another around the room.

The digital installation called Forest Of Resonating Lamps - One Stroke is the work of...read more.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

An interactive garden of digital flowers in the heart of Paris

Paris boasts some of the most famous galleries in the entire world, with its wide selection of diverse and arresting art attracting millions of visitors every year. And while you can always bet on there being a lengthy queue at the Louvre to see classics such as the Mona Lisa, the city of love is also no stranger to modern art that utilises recent and evolving technologies. One such example is...read more.

Monday, April 30, 2018

Digital art has shifted boundaries of creative value

Collectors often raise the question of creative value, particularly regarding the way it is linked with the different media that artists use to express themselves. In the art world nowadays the latest trends in artistic expression relate to electronically generated images and installations. This category of art can be viewed and experienced in contemporary art museums, galleries and fairs.  Read more.

Friday, April 27, 2018

100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Android Jones

Digital virtual-reality artist Android Jones is 100 percent a product of Boulder County, born and bred in Lyons and infused with a deeply rooted Boulderite’s spiritual, new-agey burner’s sensibility.  Read more.

Digital art museum to open in Tokyo

Visitors encounter a vast expanse of Venetian glass lamps as they enter a room of the Mori Building Digital Art Museum: Epson teamLab Borderless.  REad more.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Artist Visualizes a “Hot Art Exhibition” Filled With Melting Masterpieces

Imagine visiting an art gallery during the hottest day of the year, but the air conditioning doesn’t work, and all of the paintings literally start to melt and drip paint from their frames. This surreal, nightmare scenario is the concept for the Hot Exhibition digital art series by Vienna-based multidisciplinary artist Alper Dostal.  Read more.