Bitforms gallery has been on the cutting edge of digital art for decades, so what does its founder think about NFTs?
The Ruins at Bitforms Gallery riffs off the work of influential Modernists to create vivid digital simulations
Daniel Rozin challenges us to explore how we interact with and perceive the sun in a fascinating new show.
This is the kind of work we will share when we have so laid waste to the planet that most of what the world will have access to is this kind of simulacra.
Art history is full of seascapes depicting the ocean as either a thoroughly charted territory over which nations fight and do trade, or an unknowable force that is forever beyond human control.
Digital data has become one of the most integral and misunderstood resources in contemporary society.
People who have the luxury of not being directly affected by the world’s many injustices often feel fatigued by so much bad news.
The group exhibition Memory Burn at bitforms gallery, curated by Chris Romero, explores the devices we use to record our lives as we confront mortality and death.
A red light blinking from a gilded security camera greets visitors to Seven’s surveillance-themed Anonymity, no longer an option.
A golden reindeer gallops across a vast checkerboard while a grotesque UFO flies overhead.
Swiss installation artist Zimoun, who specializes in immersive soundscapes and acoustic architecture, has seemingly turned all of New York into a giant aural installation.
About thirty years ago, I met William S. Burroughs and had him sign my hardcover copy of Naked Lunch, which I duly lost. By contrast, R. Luke Dubois met Burroughs and found a clever idea. He came up with a literary art exhibition that basically out-Burroughed Burroughs.