ART 2.0 A blog about ART - Specifically art that is made and resides in the cyber world.

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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Web Curators and Their Future Needs

A great post about what web curation means, where it is, and where it is headed. While this may not seem to relate to visual art, I contend that these "bundles" (and related data) should be seen as internet drawings... or collages at the least. The benefit of web 2.0 as it relates to art is that art does not need to be static anymore. It's live. It's real time. It lives.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Two Sketches

Here are two recent drawings of mine that explore the browser space as a portal for viewing art. Both are hand drawn on my Wacom tablet.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Church 2.0

Sorry about the lack of posts recently... ski break. However, the vacation allowed me time to consider future art projects. Interesting article:

Monday, March 1, 2010

= Awesome.

Artist makes paintings for satellites (Google Maps satellites to be exact):


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"I've spent a lot of time thinking, 'What does painting mean in the digital age?'" said Dilworth, who said she is intrigued that so many people feel a personal connection when viewing familiar places on Google Earth.

"It's weird, because it's such an impersonal technology, but then most people I know have had this experience where it's almost like watching your own home videos or listening to your own voice," Dilworth said. "It's oddly intimate."