Bitforms Gallery

Technology

'Spider Drone' Sculptures Marry Surveillance and 60s Sci-Fi

'Vision Instruments,' Björn Schülke’s ongoing show at bitforms gallery, uses seemingly futuristic technology to make ultimately purposeless sculptural objects.
Andrew Nunes
2.3.17
Art

Swirling Algorithms Transform French Impressionist Scenes

Quayola's 'Jardins d'Été ' synthesizes a château garden into surreal digital paintings.
Kevin Holmes
12.23.16
Art

Bitforms Gallery Celebrates 15 Years with a Retrospective in San Francisco

The leader in 'new media' art since 2001 throws an anniversary retrospective in the city tied to tech innovation.
DJ Pangburn
11.8.16
Art

Our Instant Gratification Obsession Gets a Group Show

'Temporary Highs,' the newest show at New York’s bitforms gallery, tackles our need to relentlessly share and receive online validation.
Andrew Nunes
6.21.16
Art

Computer-Generated Art Captures a Hypercube in 2D

Manfred Mohr gives you a primer on your extra-dimensional geometry.
Nathaniel Ainley
11.7.15
Art

Art Of The Future: Recreating The Real World In Virtual Space

Bitforms gallery exhibit 'Memory Burn' in on display through mid-August.
Antwaun Sargent
7.20.15
Art

Enter Mind-Bending Simulated Realities at a New Exhibition

'Memory Burn' at Bitforms Gallery is inspired by the sci-fi novella ‘The Invention of Morel.’
DJ Pangburn
6.23.15
Art

See Your Reflection in Robotic Penguins at a Darwin-Inspired Exhibition

Stuffed animals and theories about genetic drift go hand-in-hand at Daniel Rozin's new 'Descent with Modification' show at bitforms gallery.
Matthew Levine
5.21.15
Stuff

This Is What You Get When You Cross a Floating Island Mansion with a Pink Ball Sack

Video artist Jonathan Monaghan's striking <i>Escape Pod</i> fuses together all sorts of objects – human, animal, and other – that nature never intended.
Matthew Caron
3.25.15
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I Disappeared in the Music and Motors of Zimoun's Low-Tech Labyrinth

Inside Zimoun's '250 prepared ac-motors, 325 kg roof laths, 1.8km rope,' the artist's largest site-specific installation in the US ever.
Sami Emory
2.12.15
Art

Do All Flip Phones Go To Heaven? "Small Data" Explores The Afterlife Of Dead Tech

We talked with artist Daniel Canogar about his new solo exhibition and the junkyard dives that inspired it.
Zach Sokol
4.10.14
Art

Ping-Pong Balls And Minimalism At Erwin Redl's "InMotion" Exhibition

The artist spoke with us about his minimal, kinetic sculptures at Bitforms Gallery.
Zach Sokol
2.20.14
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