Art helps us explore, relate to one another, and make sense of our world. While traditional art forms remain relevant in our modern world, the central importance of technology in our lives continues to increase and evolve, so it is no surprise that artists increasingly make use of digital and interactive technologies as a means for making meaning.
The use of virtual reality, artificial intelligence, the internet, social media, and other technologies is challenging and expanding traditional concepts of art making and viewing. Digital technologies also provide platforms for confronting issues we all face in the information age.
Join digital artist Rhonda Holberton and curator Ceci Moss for an exciting conversation exploring the intersection of art and technology and the future of art in the digital age. Rhonda and Ceci examine how advances in technology influence and inspire all aspects of creating, presenting, and viewing art. Drawing on their collective knowledge of new multimedia art practices, their discussion explores art in digital spaces, internet art practices, and interactive digital installations.
Learn how art and technology work together to provide new pathways for understanding our world and ourselves.