Art Techniques

Art Techniques, Artists, Events, Trends in Art

Bhangra Lexicon or How to Paint with Light, Dance and Technology

Digital technology is more important now than ever. Not only beacause we are under an historical lockdown but because it offers a thousand of possibilities for creating new form of arts. In this specific context, digital technology let us enjoy art outside the museums and from our homes. It is the case of this exciting project in which painting, dance, music, photography and technology merge together. One more plus: it is available to watch online.

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Art History, Art Techniques, Art Theory, Curator's Journal

How and What We See? Art in the Instagram Age

By Andrea Cuevas

If we have always seen through the frames, why are we so afraid of the art seen through social media? As part of a public, but also as a researcher, I’m the kind of person who has mixed feelings on regard the “instagrammable art”: sharing and give some kind of light to exhibitions or artistic projects on Instagram is something I really enjoy.

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Art History, Art Techniques, Art Theory, Museum Highlight, News

Can a scientific image be a work of art?

By Sybaris Collection

The Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) has incorporated into its collection the first photograph of a black hole, which is 55 million light years from our planet. The image is the result of about two years of research in which a series of telescopes located in different parts of the world were aligned to become a kind of Earth-sized telescope. With this event, MoMA opens new routes on one of the most interesting questions of recent times, which cannot be answered from a single perspective: what is art?

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Art Techniques, Trends in Art

Video Art: What it is and What Constitutes a “Prestigious” Video Piece?

What defines nostalgia depends solely on each individual’s memories of, perhaps, childhood or maybe those that will never repeat themselves ever again. Tattooed moments in life that were captured by the camera in the form of photography or video, somehow make humans believe that one exact moment in time can become immortal. Video footage intends to freeze the movement, voice, energy, and smile of a person or thing, to the point that viewers can almost smell and touch that person on the screen. How helpful to progress is video footage for humans? Or how can it be harmful? But specially, what does it mean to make art of out video? What constitutes its urgency to create through video art?

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