Mustafa Hulusi: Ethnic Minority

The practice of Mustafa Hulusi (b.1971) orbits around mining his hybrid identity – he was born in London to Turkish-Cypriot parents – to create evocative paintings, installations, films, and photographs.…

SYD: BODYWORK and the duality of Identity

Syd and her team approached SUPERSHOP with a motivation to explore digital and virtual territories in a new way. Syd, who is known for pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a multi-hyphenate creative, found common ground with SUPERSHOP, the multi-disciplinary design studio, who explores and…

John Maeda: A pioneer of digital art

John Maeda (b.1966) describes himself as an “American technologist and product experience leader”. However, looking back at his impressive career, Maeda could be described as a Renaissance man for the digital era - he has been a graphic designer, artist, computer scientist, professor, Chief Customer Experience Officer, CEO…

Interview with Leo Isikdogan: Heartbeats of a Flower

Leo Isikdogan describes himself as an engineer by day, artist by night. He is an interdisciplinary researcher, engineer, and artist based in California. He has a background in computer engineering but has always had an interest in art and his master’s degree focused on computer vision for art…

Lynn Hershman Leeson: The Redeeming Gift of Humanity is that Each Generation Recreates Itself

Artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson is widely recognized for her innovative work investigating issues that are now viewed as key to the workings of society: the relationship between humans and technology, identity, surveillance, and the use of media as a tool of empowerment against censorship and political…

Interview with Robin Rhode: From wall drawings to VR videos

Robin Rhode (b. 1976) is a South African multi-disciplinary artist based in Berlin. His practice spans photography, performance, drawing, digital animations, and sculpture.…

Sougwen Chung: Human and machine collaboration

Sougwen Chung’s work bridges the gap between art and science, navigating the two spheres in a poetic and insightful way. Chung raises questions about what is human and what is the machine, encouraging her viewers to consider this relationship in the present as well as how it will…

Recycle Group: Null Island

Recycle Group’s inaugural NFT was minted on May 31 in exclusive partnership with Verisart and SuperRare as part of 8×8: 8 genesis NFTs by 8 major artists working with AI, code and digital technologies. Bidding closes around 12pm EDT June 3. …

Interview with Jake Elwes: Finding Poetry in Complex Technologies

Jake Elwes (b.1993) is a London-based artist whose practice is primarily based around machine learning and artificial intelligence. He looks for the poetry within these complex technologies while at the same time questioning the ethics behind them.…

Interview with Matteo Zamagni: The Relatedness of Neighbors

Matteo Zamagni (b.1992) is an Italian-born, new media artist based in London. His genesis NFT, The Relatedness of Neighbors, uses visuals and music to explore the shift from organic evolutionary processes to electronic evolutionary processes.…