The first dedicated digital art museum in the world – a 107,000-square-foot venue recently opened in Tokyo.
Is it art? Intended as a social media spectacle? A technology showcase? An interactive museum? The Mori Building Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless seems all these things at once, and for better and worse, likely a precursor to a wave of exhibitions catering to the public’s demand for experiences worthy of a “like”. Continue reading “The World’s First Digital Art Museum”
Anthropomorphic Landscapes (17th Century)
Back in the in 17th century, landscape was principally used as a scene-setting backdrop for figurative art. It seemed as if landscape was nothing without a human narrative.
These pictures generally depicted a face hidden within the landscape–as if suggesting the land’s significance was shaped by how humans used it.
Continue reading “Land of the Giants”
The MIT Media Lab’s “Flying Pantograph” is a pen-wielding tele-robot controlled by a drawing interface. From MIT’s Fluid Interfaces research group