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Art Review: Yael Kanarek's Must-See Show at bitforms

Illya Szilak | Posted 04.27.2016 | Arts
Illya Szilak

"Kisses Kisses," net art from Yael Kanarek's "Kisses Kisses" In her outstanding new show, "Kisses Kisses," at bitforms, Yael Kanarek offers an illumi...

Meet The Feminist Art Star Staging A Revolution On Instagram

The Huffington Post | Tricia Tongco | Posted 12.04.2015 | Arts

During a moment when the facade of social media seems to be cracking, it’s easy to look to Instagram stars and wonder what’s real and what’s fak...

Inktober Is Ending, But These Awesome Drawings Will Live On Forever

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 11.02.2015 | Arts

The writing world has NaNoWriMo. The facial hair enthusiasts have Movember. And for the artsy crowd, there's Inktober. For the uninitiated, Inktober ...

This Computer Brings Internet Art Into Your Home, And It Is Stunning

The Huffington Post | Avery Stone | Posted 07.09.2014 | Arts

We live in an age where art and the internet have a strange relationship. On one hand, the two are inevitably intertwined, as art on the internet -...

What If The American Frontier Had Internet Access?

Posted 01.27.2014 | Arts

Imagine, if you will, Lewis and Clark exploring the great American Frontier for the very first time, communicating with others only in person or throu...

Now THIS Is How You Make A Vine

Posted 08.05.2013 | Arts

We have yet to delve too far into the online world of Vine art. It's a murky area, filled with cat videos, strange homages to lemons and, well, pornog...

Social Media and the Unknown Artist - Part 2

Tracey Harnish | Posted 08.18.2013 | Arts
Tracey Harnish

Oliver Wasow is an artist who directs our gaze. Using vernacular photographs or unique images he has fabricated in his studio, he creates a filter through which we look. By categorizing found photographs, he much like a movie editor, directs in a subtle way a narrative story for the observer.

Social Media and the Unknown Artist

Tracey Harnish | Posted 07.10.2013 | Arts
Tracey Harnish

Every morning Oliver Wasow posts a found, un-authored photograph where a variety of his 2000+ friends comment. I had a conversation with Oliver Wasow and we discussed the value of social media in art.

You, Warhol, Unicorn

Posted 10.07.2012 | Arts

Have you always dreamed of meeting pop art extraordinaire Andy Warhol? Have those dreams involved riding atop a majestic unicorn, with Andy at your ba...

Artist's Etsy Store Takes Aim At Youth Culture

Posted 07.26.2012 | Arts

Brad Troemel is a conceptual artist/NYU professor/Etsy master whose online store is full of bizarre combinations of ready-made goods that look surpris...

Eerie GIFs Capture Anonymous Japanese Group's Activities

Posted 07.17.2012 | Arts

Rrrrrrrroll is a project by group of friends from Japan. In an e-mail to HuffPost Arts, one of the members wrote, "We don't really have any specific r...

How High Art Goes Viral: 'A Photo A Day' Edition

Posted 06.08.2012 | Arts

What makes a video go viral? There's an alchemy to the process that we'd like to investigate through the lens of art. By exploring the art of the vira...

THEY MOVE: Hypnotizing GIF Graffiti

Posted 05.31.2012 | Arts

INSA creates awesome street art GIFs that bring the thrill of the streets to your very own Tumblr. Painting a wall several times and snapping photos o...

What Do You Get When You Do A Blank Google Image Search?

Posted 01.17.2012 | Arts

The new Google search feature lets users begin a Google search by using an image. But what happens when that image is blank? Berlin artist Sebastia...

WATCH: The Future Of Art Begins Online

Posted 01.09.2012 | Arts

Google Art Project revolutionized the limits of online art viewing by making the world's most renowned museum exhibitions accessible through the click...

Website Brings NY (Or LA, Or SF...) To You

Posted 12.23.2011 | Arts

With every city boasting its own unique atmosphere and flavor, it is a crime that we can only choose one of them to live in at a time. Luckily the web...

WATCH: Your Fake Digital Self

Posted 01.01.2012 | Arts

It's all too easy to tweak ourselves online. Changing to become closer to the way we wish others perceived us, only the most flattering pictures, fals...

Temporary Trances: An Interview With GIF Artist Rick Silva

Posted 09.10.2011 | Arts

Via Beautiful/Decay. There's no question that GIFs have had a long history on the Internet. We've been accidentally stumbling upon them for as long a...

ART AND TECHNOLOGY: Digital Dada from

Motherboard | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

Since the days of dial-up, the mysterious artists behind have been turning the web into a Dadaist canvas through deranged ASCII-leaking websi...


MementoMori | Ken Goldberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

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GOLDEN NOTEBOOK: Plugging Into The Future

Michael Conniff | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Michael Conniff

The conventions of the book require an obvious organizational structure. The multi-media web is the new book--the Supernovel --and it is inherently open-ended.