What is the Future of Digital Art?
|December 13, 2017|
|Digital & Media Art|
As part of our mission to support and promote the ever-evolving field of digital art, the Thoma Foundation has interviewed leading thinkers—curators, writers, and conservators—who offer unique insight into the rewards and challenges of their work. Several interviewees are recipients of our Arts Writing Award in Digital Art, the first grant of its kind to recognize critical writing that advances scholarship in the field. Narrating the effects of digital art on the broader landscape of contemporary art and culture, What is the Future of Digital Art? offers a glimpse at the innovations and developments lying on the horizon.
Christiane Paul, Professor, Chief Curator and Director, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, The New School and Adjunct Curator of Digital Art, Whitney Museum of American Art | Steve Dietz, President and Artistic Director, Northern Lights.mn | Taeyoon Choi, Co-founder, School for Poetic Computation | Nora Khan, Art Critic | Jason Eppink, Curator of Digital Media, Museum of the Moving Image | Joanna Phillips, Senior Conservator of Time-Based Media, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum | Barbara London, Critic, Yale University School of Art | Jon Ippolito, Associate Professor of New Media, University of Maine | Orit Gat, Art Critic | Michael Connor, Artistic Director, Rhizome