For 'Destruction,' Berlin-based photographer Polina Efremova actually ran digital video through an old PC.
Croatian artist Filip Ugrin dug up disks of old abadonware advertised in the sleeves of PC magazines.
Established in 1986, the MFA Computer Art at the School of Visual Arts fosters creativity in animation, motion graphics and fine art.
When it comes to the conservation of computer-based art, the code has yet to be written—but a groundbreaking initiative at the Guggenheim could help establish standards for the industry.
The artistic duo The Current Sea let a neural network work its magic on 3D wiggle GIFs.
Miriam Schapiro's "femmage" and "cunt painting" come to a New York City block once dominated by male artists.
The black and white mosaics of John Green, a.k.a., Fleen, are mesmerizing.
Unfolding the story of New Tendencies, the avant-garde movement you've never heard of that championed the arrival of the computer in art.
Illustrator Daniel Aristizábal revives 20th century art movements with digital graphics in eye-popping colors.
"Irrational Computing" by Ralf Baecker is technology in its most natural form.