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ART21 Premieres Latest Artist Documentary on NOWNESS

5 hours agoArts : Art21 Blog

ART21 announces the premiere of its latest artist documentary on lifestyle editorial platform NOWNESS.

A Rorschach-Worthy Fashion Line Wants to Protect You From Air Pollution

Designer Nikolas Bentel designed a reactive line of clothing that changes colors in the presence of toxic pollutants.

Artists Flip the Script on Viral Culture with 3D GIFs

Watch a recap video of Post Vision, GIPHY and Superchief Gallery collaborative exhibition of 3D art GIFs.

Can Abstraction Help Us Understand the Value of Black Lives?

9 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

ST. LOUIS — Several months ago, I made the commitment to be away from New York City, my home and native land, for the duration of this summer.

raster-noton founders on how they found visual inspiration

Few electronic labels or acts have an identity as well defined as raster-noton, and its co-founders Bytone (Olaf Bender) and alva noto (Carsten Nicolai). And I don’t just mean single cycle waveforms or quick bursts of noise, hard-edged projected high contrast geometries or digital aesthetics, though those associations will certainly spring to mind. Show More Summary

Stunning Chronophotographs Capture the Patterns of Birds in Flight

yesterdayArts : Hyperallergic

The dark, smudgy streaks on Xavi Bou's photographs suggest the jerky ink tracks created by a malfunctioning printer, but they actually record the various patterns birds trace while flying in flocks.

A Literal 'Magic Carpet' Experience Lands in England

French multimedia installation designer Miguel Chevalier lays down another luminous video installation.

Sail to Samos with vintage BBC to find Pythagorean tunings

Speaking of tuning, before there was Cosmos and Carl Sagan, there was BBC’s Ascent of Man. (Make that “humankind” now, of course.) And there’s something charming about its breathless reminder of the mystical magic of Pythagorean tuning, and its mythical discovery in folklore. Show More Summary

Our home is the Internet.

It was 2008, and you were probably on Myspace. Millions of us were captivated by this platform before the iPhone was even a concept. Then there was Facebook, which was cool for a while until us twentysomethings turned to Tumblr. Now, we’re teetering between Twitter and Instagram at any given point during the day. When... More


Smart people: What’s on their minds, bookshelves, browsers; what inspires, attracts, or distracts them?

New Media Artists Mourn Tekserve, a Tech Oasis in New York

yesterdayArts : Hyperallergic

Many New Yorkers were sad to hear of Tekserve’s imminent closing, especially artists who work in new media, video, or otherwise incorporate the use of Apple products into their practices.


yesterdayArts : Hyperallergic

This week, the city hosts an animation block party, a small press flea, and a poetry festival. Plus, don't miss Hyperallergic's panel on art and propaganda, a look at the latest projects in art and tech, and more.

From Warhol’s Grave to Elvis’s Front Door, 10 Museum Webcams to Watch

yesterdayArts : Hyperallergic

From the world's oldest ham to corvettes crushed in a sinkhole, some of the greatest wonders of our museums are available 24/7 through online webcams.

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