Hyundai Motor Group is hosting the fourth VH Award, an award platform launched to discover and cultivate emerging media artists
Artists and thinkers working across boundaries and disciplines from artificial intelligence to volumetric dance to create a more humane world
Eight artists selected for the final phase of its ambitious initiative to build a better digital world.
30 artists in nearly a dozen countries and on nearly every continent have been selected as recipients of “Rapid Response for a Better Digital Future,” a new, artist-led initiative to build a better digital world free of a ubiquitous digital architecture.
In the first phase of the project, the organization will give $5,000 grants to 27 artists.
With New York City still shut down because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Brooklyn-based arts nonprofit Eyebeam, which was forced to put its flagship residency program on hold, is launching a new artist-led initiative called Rapid Response for a Better Digital Future.
A cohort of 30 artists have received funding to find creative solutions to 21st-century problems like surveillance, digital inequality and inherited trauma.
Writer and curator, Laura Raicovich, visited Eyebeam for a studio visit with our current residents. Here, she reflects on the work of Shannon Finnegan, Yo-Yo Lin, LaJuné McMillian, and Movers and Shakers (Glenn Cantave and Idris Brewster).
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