1 September 2023 • Mark Westall
This year’s edition of BMW Art Club. The Future is Art will see the first Polish presentation of the VR…
Read More 13 December 2022 • Mark Westall
The Dyson Zone™ is Dyson’s first wearable purifier, capturing city pollution including gas, allergens and particulate matter and cancelling unwanted noise with advanced noise cancellation and pure, high-fidelity audio.
11 November 2022 • Gaston La-Gaffe
Artists have long searched for new art forms and unexpected materials to express their aesthetic beliefs, as evidenced throughout art…
Read More 11 January 2022 • Mark Westall
Artlogic living up to its mission ‘Bringing everything together’, has announced its merger with New York-based exhibit-E, galleryManager and ArtBase,
20 July 2021 • Mark Westall
Art can be expressed in many different ways, especially with the arrival of new tech innovations in today’s modern world…
Read More 19 October 2020 • Ksenya Blokhina
Vastari have published their 2020 Global Collector Trends Report, a series of surveys that provide crucial context for the museum industry.
3 December 2015 • Mark Westall
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.
22 September 2015 • Mark Westall
Panel discussion on art start-ups organised by Culturate
14 June 2015 • Mark Westall
Interfaces brings together the work of this close knit group of emerging talent, united by the desire to investigate how reality is affected when perceived through the combined lenses of art and technology.
9 September 2012 • Mark Westall
When technology and street art join together only good seems to come out of it which is the case with the animated gif work of ABVH
20 June 2012 • Mark Westall
Australian artist Erica Seccombe uses technology at the frontier of science to create works that challenge notions of authenticity and replication.
15 January 2012 • Mark Westall
Art Games From The Tate Modern
11 January 2012 • Mark Westall
created to provide dance teachers and students with insightful resource material on the work of Richard Alston, one of the UK’s most distinguished choreographers
25 August 2011 • Mark Westall
The arrangement of nearly 3,000 names at the World Trade Center memorial is now available as a free iPhone app,…