Join us on March 28 for a special screening of 12 short videos produced on the occasion of our current exhibition “Architecture Now: New York, New Publics,” accompanied by live commentaries from participants in the exhibition →
https://t.co/g14uAWECUn 5 Hours Ago
In the 1960s and ’70s, as video technology became increasingly accessible, artists began to experiment with closed-circuit cameras and live feeds. They could record, create, and broadcast their own video in real time without extensive equipment or large studios.
https://t.co/1OnTxEfLRR 9 Hours Ago
Celebrate the photobook with us! We’ve just released our 10 favorite photobooks of 2022.
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https://t.co/ZjWbHmgnJY Yesterday at 5:23 PM
For the latest episode of our How to See series, we spoke with three artists who engage with the ways in which AI and machine learning algorithms are demanding new approaches to art making.
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https://t.co/de9KXcmJ6u Wed at 4:09 PM