Dazzling Particles Randomly Generate Human Features
This kinetic video visualises bodies with shimmering atoms.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
23 Artists Hacked New York's Busiest Digital Billboards
'Commercial Break' kicks off Public Art Fund's 40th anniversary season by hijacking advertising all over the city and turning it into art.
This Art Show Is Dedicated to Figuring Out What the Internet Looks Like
Enter a palace of post-internet art at Kunsthal Rotterdam.
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE
Richard Mosse Trains His Lens on the Refugee Crisis Using Weapons-Grade Cameras
Mosse's images show heat, as opposed to light.
3D-Scanned Bodies Stretch, Float, and Collide in a CGI Skydiving Music Video
For the music video for UK duo Shy Luv’s “Shock Horror”, French filmmakers Bif create a surreal animated skydive scene.
Times Square’s Electronic Billboards Will Become Karaoke Screens This Month
For the latest Midnight Moment, Philadelphia artist Alex Da Corte turns a karaoke performance of the song “Blue Moon” into surreal video art.
Ancient Organisms Ebb and Flow in Max Cooper's New Music Video
Digital artist Vincent Houze makes colorful multicellular life react to dance music beats and textures.
This Video Art Is Like a SportsCenter Ad for Fascism
In a video art tribute to Lithuanian punk band Antis’ song, “Duokit Medali,” Vilnius-based video artist Rimas Sakalauskas evokes a rising tide of autocracy in the West.
[Premiere] Fall into a Music Video Void Inspired by a Video Synth Legend
Video artist Kenaim Alshatti and electronic music artist Bxentric's collaboration on “Sakura Fall” builds on the Bill Etra aesthetic.
Net Art Strikes Back at the London Art Fair
Even Brexit can't stop the 'net.
Kanye West’s “Ultralight Beam” Soundtracks a Film About Black Spiritual Power
Inside the sampled world of filmmaker and cinematographer Arthur Jafa’s 'Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death,' on view at Gavin Brown's Enterprise in Harlem.
Blow Your Own Damn Mind with This Killer Video Essay About Why China Already Is the Future
In 'Sinofuturism,' film essayist Lawrence Lek posits that Chinese technological development is actually a form of Artificial Intelligence.