Art organizations throughout Greater Boston are partnering to present an ambitious, region-wide exploration of art and technology. Aligned with Art in the Age of the Internet, this collaboration will offer concurrent exhibitions, performances, screenings, and programs at area cultural organizations, all exploring the relationship between art and technology.
Screens: Virtual Material, features work by six leading contemporary artists who are confronting how conditions of vision, belief, and behavior are affected by the presence of screens in our daily lives.
Cool Medium: Art, Television & Psychedelia, 1960-1980 includes painting, sculpture, and prints that relate to the visual language of the television screen and conditions of mass media culture, broadly.
Boston Cyberarts will host Artificial Creativity, an exhibition that explores how artists are using new tools born of artificial intelligence research to make unique new work.
Judith Barry worked with some of the hundreds of drone images depicting refugees fleeing their homes and seeking a new life elsewhere for a new commission for the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum's façade as part of the museum’s series of semi-annual site-specific commissions for contemporary artists.
The Harvard Art Museums present a new installation by JODI, OXO (2018), for the Lightbox Gallery, a collaborative space for digital projects on the museums’ uppermost level.
Before Projection: Video Sculpture 1974-1995 intersects with Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today in its attention to questions of technological determinism and how available technologies become materials by which to articulate things.
Harvard Film Archive presents Caught in the Net: The Early Internet in the Paranoid Imagination, a series of film screenings that examines the cultural origin story of the internet as lodged within the paranoid imagination.