Thursday, September 22, 2011

Remastered' exhibition gives art classics a new digital life

Telegraph UK - For more than a decade, the Intel Inside logo has been one consumers look for on computers. Increasingly, however, it’s one that might as well be appearing on art galleries too.


The computer chip manufacturer has found in recent years that demand for so-called “digital art”, both from artists and from gallery visitors, has mushroomed. Often quirky, sometimes agonisingly pretentious projects now include computers in a range of ways, and the genre has moved rapidly on from the straightforward video installation to interactive, demanding works.  Read more.

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