This 'Pizzagate' Art Was Made While High on Infowars' Brain Drugs
Artist Michael Green made political art out of #Pizzagate while under the influence of BrainForce, a neural activation drug purchased on Infowars.com.
The Race to Save Computer-Based Art | Conservation Lab
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.
Coded Compositions Become Rainbow-Colored Geometries
Kim Asendorf's abstract series of browser-based compositions reconsider modern contemporary.
Here's What Happened When Conceptual Artists Released a Concept Album
Like Beyoncé and Frank Ocean, new media art duo !Mediengruppe Bitnik push the envelope of the audiovisual album.
Masks Simulate How You Look to Facial Detection Algorithms
Facial recognition algorithms like those used by Facebook inspired these 3D-printed masks.
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Glitch Video Game Nightmares Can Be Beautiful [Music Video]
Sam Rolfes' video for Amnesia Scanner's "AS Chingy" makes no sense, but it's awesome.
5 Painters You’ll Be Hearing About in 2016
Take a peek at what the year has in store for artists like Zosen and Mina Hamada, Tauba Auerbach, and A$AP Ferg.
Mark Flood Is Trolling the Art World with 4Chan Filth and Disgusting Memes
The 58-year-old artist has curated a show of Texas-based artists that features some of the web's gnarliest images.
Cory Arcangel Wants You To "Fuck Negativity"
The artist released his new "surfware" collection to help you coast the Internet in style.
Must-See New Media at Miami Art Week
Sneak through the fair craziness to enjoy a few digital delights.
Video Artists Explore a Decade Under YouTube's Influence
Artists explore a nascent legacy of viral gems, offbeat treasures, and cat videos in 'Ten Years at the Zoo.'
Explore an Extraterrestrial Dimension of New Media Art
Adam Ferriss, Claudia Maté, LaTurbo Avedon, and more offer a glimpse into their digital worlds at new media art biennial The Wrong (again)'s pavilion, 'The Others.'