Australian artist Erica Seccombe uses technology at the frontier of science to create works that challenge notions of authenticity and replication while exploring the boundary of the real and the simulated. Nanoplastica presents a plastic menagerie, scanned using 3D Microcomputer Tomograph X-ray Technology. These brightly-coloured creatures seem both hyperreal and surreal, challenging the visitor to decide where biology ends and technology begins.
Artlogic living up to its mission ‘Bringing everything together’, has announced its merger with New York-based exhibit-E, galleryManager and ArtBase,
Art can be expressed in many different ways, especially with the arrival of new tech innovations in today’s modern world […]
Vastari have published their 2020 Global Collector Trends Report, a series of surveys that provide crucial context for the museum industry.
Pace Art + Technology have launched a new program dedicated to collaboration with interdisciplinary art groups, collectives and studios whose works explore the confluence of art and technology.