Tag Archives: social media

‘Nobody Listens’: When Being Digitally Connected Feels the Loneliest

The intersection between technology and art is something that’s been on our minds a lot lately. We recently featured the dance company The People Movers and the world premiere of their original performance HackPolitik, a choreographed show about computer hacking, politics, and the future of online communication. We also discussed the ways in which some […]

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Contemporary Cultural Questions: How Will Technology Continue to Influence Art?

Graphic design. Art applications. Social media. Art blogs. Computer-generated paintings. Photoshop. Digitally created music. E-books. 3D Printing. 3D Scanning. 3D Hacking. These are just a few examples from a rapidly growing list of ways that technology is influencing art and, for our purposes, culture. Some artists and art historians fear that quickly advancing technology is […]

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Mike Duca, Neonmob and Futuristic Art Collecting

The world is vastly different today than it was fifty, or even fifteen years ago. The rise of technology and the digital age are changing the very basis of the way things work. In the last decade alone, social media sites have skyrocketed into popularity, connecting people to one another more than ever before. Bringing […]

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