Digital Utopias was a one-day conference in Hull organised by Arts Council England that set out to create debate about how new technologies are enabling creativity across the arts. Richard Taylor reports from the 2017 City of Culture.
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The inaugural Prix Net Art has been given to Netherlands-based ‘internet art’ pioneers JODI, with a distinction award going to US artist Kari Altmann. Chris Sharratt reports.
The prizewinners of the third annual Lumen Prize international award for digital art have been announced.
As part of Brigton Digital Festival, The New Sublime exhibition at the artist-led Phoenix gallery presents the work of 14 artists in order to ask one question with many answers: what is digital art? Chris Sharratt speaks to the show’s curators.
Fancy buying a GIF of a deflating Jeff Koons balloon dog sculpture? Artist Michael Green has just what you’re looking for and it’s a snip at $5800. And, he says, whoever buys it will be changing perceptions of the value of digitally-created art.
Venue:Carlisle Railway Station
From:September 02, 2014
To:September 06, 2014
Location:North West England
Over the next seven days a series of newly commissioned digital artworks will be transmitted from the heart of Constable Country live and direct to people’s computers or mobile devices. We talk to Field Broadcast directors Rebecca Birch and Rob Smith about their latest project, Scene on a Navigable River; and to one of the commissioned artists, Adam Chodzko.
The recent Lumen Prize Symposium in London was an opportunity for artists and academics working with digital technologies to discuss the past, present and future of artistic practice in the digital realm. Dawn Haleta reports.
Katerina Athanasopoulou has won the Lumen Prize 2013 for her digital fine art work that explores times of crisis through a return to Plato’s hypothesis of the human soul.
The Space, the experimental digital arts service developed by Arts Council England and the BBC, plans to relaunch next year, as the BBC’s Director General announces a 20% increase in arts programme funding.
Liverpool’s pioneering media arts centre is staging a special birthday event this weekend to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its Wood Street building.
In light of funding cuts and the increasing emphasis on the digital sphere, the Director and Curator of the recently launched International New Media Gallery offer a view on the relationship between online and physical space.
The Digital Aesthetic³ conference in Preston proposed to explore the impact of digital on our lives. For our correspondent, it was the notion of digital failure, rather than success, that proved most intriguing.
The third in a series of international events exploring fine art practice in the digital domain.
As part of Brighton Digital Festival, artist David Blandy’s ‘Odysseys’ exhibition invites you to play his specially created arcade games. Our correspondent has a go.
To coincide with the publication of a Knowledge Bank profile of Kelly Richardson, we preview the artist’s new work Mariner 9, a giant video installation inside Whitley Bay’s historic Spanish City Dome.
Jo Fairfax, 180° of Light, 2011
Emily Speed reports from Abandon Normal Devices (AND) – ‘a call to arms inviting anarchists of the imagination to propose striking perspectives on normality’.
In the recent ACE funding review, a shocking number of organisations working at the leading edge of digital and new media arts were cut.
In February, DACS initiated a lively debate around Artists’ futures: ‘Money, markets and the digital domain’.
Pre-symposium events being held in the run-up to ISEA 2011, Ellie Harrison at Waterman’s and John Gerrard at Canary Wharf Underground station.
During its time as a hardware store, Rapid was proud to be the only independent to take up the entire street.
The Hive on Lever Street in Manchester’s notorious Northern Quarter launched events of May’s Future Everything Festival 2010 art strand.