Tag: digital art

RETHINK ART DIGITAL FESTIVAL – open invitation for artists

International RETHINK ART DIGITAL FESTIVAL, the first Digital Art Festival, taking place in Crete, invites artists to submit their suggestions falling into the following categories: Digital Installations Videomapping 3D printing objects Video art up to 15΄ Digital illustrations Digital photographies … Continue reading


Presenting a digital artist: Claudio Parentela

Born in Catanzaro (1962-Italy) where he lives and works, Claudio Parentela is an illustrator, painter, photographer, mail artist, cartoonist, collagist, journalist free lance, active since many years in the international contemporary art scene. He has collaborated, and still he collaborates … Continue reading


*/ 12th Athens Digital Arts Festival | Digital Pop

Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF) returns with its 12th edition that will take place from 19 to 22 of May at the historic center of Athens. The main venue of the Festival will be the Building Complex Gate Ermou 117 … Continue reading


“International Surrealism Now” art exhibition goes to US

The next editions of International Surrealism Now will be held in United States, Mississippi at Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery, MSU Welcome Center; it will be in January and February and in Partícula Coimbra, next February, and Multimedia Poros Museum … Continue reading


RO-map: last frontiers of digital art in urban architecture

RO_map turns the heart of Rome into an open-air museum under the sky that investigates the most innovative frontiers of digital art applied to architecture and urban spaces. From 9 to 12 September, Circus Maximus arena and Piazza Navona will become protagonists of an extraordinary stroke of magic. Continue reading


TECHFOCUS III: CARING FOR SOFTWARE-BASED ART

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NeDiMAH presents Space and Time Visualisation

By Maria Boştenaru Dan and Cerasella Crăciun, the book brings together experiences and expertise from NeDiMAH (Network for Digital Methods in Arts and Humanities). It examines mapping methods, procedures, tools, criticism, awareness, challenges and solutions around the concepts of “Space and Time” and “Information Visualisation”. Romanian contributions to the survey which the book emerges from are mainly from two fields, namely landscape planning and architectural design, including digital methods for the representation of natural disasters. Continue reading


Tu.ukz: right artist of the wrong new digital art

Arthur Machado, also known as Tu.ukz, is a 23 year old artist from Amazonia, Brazil. He started doing art when he was 17, drawing and painting. When he was 20 he discovered digital art. «It is taking a while – he says – until people admit computer art as art. But it’s normal, people need time to get used to innovation. Moreover, digital art is a completely new concept; it is not touchable, there are only data information, pixels and screens. To me, internet is the same as the environment of dream. And apparently, we are improving our way of dreaming day by day. You cannot touch it, but it is there». Tu.ukz is ambassador of The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale, this year being held online in November. Continue reading


African digital collages of past and present

Jepchumba of Africandigitalart.com presents us the digital collage, in Africa a growing form of art that utilises technology to produce a range of artworks, incorporating digital video, animation, photography, animated gif’s and digital photo manipulation. Through digital new stories of Africa emerge, setting an alternative – and often critical – narration against the image of Africa we think to know. Continue reading


About teamLab, Tokyo-based digital artist collaborative

teamLab, founded in 2001, is a collaborative creative group that brings together professionals from various fields of practice in the digital society: artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians, architects, web and print graphic designers and editors. Referring to themselves as “ultra-technologists” their aim is to achieve a balance between art, science, technology and creativity. teamLab ultratechnologists believe that digital technology can expand art and that digital art can create new relationships between people; they work for an interactive relationship between people and art and for children experiencing shared and co-creative spaces. Continue reading