Transfer Gallery’s Kelani Nichole stacks a dozen videos in a single hyperlinked space.
After the success of VR meditation space ‘Theta,’ Flatsitter is taking his VR show on the road.
In his new solo exhibition ‘ADC/DAC,' electronic artist Phillip Stearns explores the flawed humanity inherent in technology.
Phillip Stearns' 'Binary Scarves' are the comfortable side of corrupted data.
Four years after the Fukushima disaster, Phillip Stearns' 'A Chandelier for One of Many Possible Ends,' makes us painfully aware of radiation.
Phillip Stearns creates gorgeous, abstract nebulas of color by running 15,000 volts through instant film in his new photo series at the Transfer Gallery, 'High Voltage.'
Fire, gasoline, high voltages, and even the human body can add an extra zing to your photographs.
Phillip Stearns, one of the best-known glitch artists around, is poised to be the next bad-ass art boy—thanks in large part to a Tumblr he started in January 2012 called Year of the Glitch.
Glitch art gets cuddly with the Glitch Textiles project.