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Kim Asendorf's abstract series of browser-based compositions reconsider modern contemporary.
New media artists use our favorite domestic clichés as tools to break down the boundaries between the real and virtual worlds.
Eight artists question contemporary mediums and online platform-influenced behaviors in Nora O' Murchú's curated show for the 2015 Resonate Festival.
Artist Kim Asendorf is investigating the visual possibilities of Phong shading to create a virtual product experience.
Kim Asendorf and Ole Fach's new London show 'Computer's World' wonders how our faithful assistants might feel about us.
Using the crowd-funding platform as a medium, Krystal South created a one-of-a-kind exhibition format.
'The Day Google Street View Stood Still' now gives us an excuse to get lost in the interactive maps for hours.
Dmitriy Krotevich's PixelDrifter software is a scientific visualization system that "breathes life" into pixels.
"You Might Be A Dog" in Berlin includes work from 16 net artists that examine how we broadcast our identities online.
Devised by Matthew Britton, the project asks audiences to curate their own online art experiences.
It's all out March Madness for the pros and prosumers competing for global GIF supremacy.