Digital Art

Multimedia artist Liu Jiayu on Art and Technology in the Age of the Anthropocene

Multimedia artist Liu Jiayu examines our relationship with nature and technology in the age of the Anthropocene, drawing inspiration from philosophical concepts and scientific knowledge.

Refik Anadol at Sphere Las Vegas
Refik Anadol Transforms “Exosphere” in Las Vegas with AI Data Sculpture 

Las Vegas introduces the Sphere, the world’s largest LED screen and a 366-foot tall globe-shaped…

Consensus Gentium at BFI Film Festival
LFF Expanded: A Critical Gaze into Technology’s Imprint on Society

The 67th BFI London Film Festival presents its LFF Expanded program focusing on Immersive Art and Extended Realities.

Sinziana Velicescu, Vellum LA: “Physical NFT galleries are integral to building a community around digital art” 

Sinziana Velicescu, curator and creative director of the physical NFT gallery Vellum LA, shares her learnings on displaying, and collecting digital art.

Digital Impact Barcelona
Barcelona’s Design Hub Presents Exhibition “Digital Impact”

Barcelona’s first experiential exhibition of digital art, Digital Impact, is set to be the main event of Disseny Hub in 2023.

Boris Eldagsen: “AI-generated images and photographs should not compete against each other in competitions”

German artist Boris Eldagsen caused a stir by winning a Sony World Photography Award with his work “The Electrician” which he exclusively created using artificial intelligence.

Universal Everything’s Joel Gethin Lewis: “We embrace technology, just like Monet did”

Joel Gethin Lewis, interactive creative director of the media art collective “Universal Everything” on creating joyful and caring art using the latest technologies.

Carl Addy at OFFF Barcelona
Multidisciplinary Creative Carl Addy: “Be a fan first and leave your ego at the door”

The Overview caught up with Carl Addy after his talk at OFFF Barcelona to get his insights on the psychology of storytelling, the role of AI, and how he approaches creative leadership.

SEO Artist Gretchen Andrew: “I want Love, Money and Belonging”

Gretchen Andrew visualizes her desires as an artist through pieces she calls “vision boards.” She then turns her objectives into an internet reality, tricking Google’s search engine algorithms into showing her vision boards on top of the image search results for keywords such as “Cover of Artforum,” “Turner Price,” or “Best MFA.” By making the Law of Attraction part of her art practice, Gretchen’s work turns into a self-fulfilling prophecy in the real world, as renowned publications and galleries feature her work.