Understanding the Inescapable Digital Landscape Through Art

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In today’s digital world, it can be difficult to understand what we are consuming and how it makes us feel. “TransVision: Exploring the States of the Visual Field in the Age of Extreme Augmentation” is an art installation that presents three perceptual machines which question the habitual ways we interpret the visual world, intervened by digital media.

Immersive Art Around the World

photo of the SIGGRAPH 2016 Art Gallery © ACM SIGGRAPH Traveling internationally over the holidays or in the new year? Don’t skip the art! In honor of the approaching SIGGRAPH 2019 Art Gallery submissions deadline (on 29 January 2019), we’ve … Continued

Behind the Mask: Exploring the Origins of the Transformation Mask

The SIGGRAPH 2018 Art Gallery will fuse technology and art to bridge the gap between the past and the future. The theme for this year’s gallery is “Origins,” which aims to articulate myth and technology, science and art, the deep past, … Continued

SIGGRAPH Spotlight: Episode 10 – SIGGRAPH, Leonardo, and the Future of Art

To celebrate the “generations” of SIGGRAPH and Leonardo/ISAST, Danielle Siembieda (Managing Director, Leonardo/ISAST) sat down with an expert panel to discuss Leonardo’s history with the SIGGRAPH conference, its upcoming 50th anniversary and where the future of art — and the conference … Continued