New Media

New media refers to interdisciplinary art that utilizes electronic media, e.g. computer software, hardware devices, monitors, projections and three-dimensional fabrications. Works in New Media style include the following:


∙ Television


∙ Video and computer games


∙ Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT’s)


∙ CD-ROMs, DVDs, and other memory holding devices


∙ Sculptures fabricated entirely by machines and controlled by computers


∙ Gallery and museum installations that change before the eyes of the viewer


∙ Mini-computers that are either hand-held, worn on the body, or embedded in other devices


∙ Robots and other related devices, often computer controlled, and involving multiple motors


∙ Non-Objective art (abstract art that is usually geometric and conveys a sense of purity and simplicity)


∙ Online art, made to be experienced while online, and dependent upon the latest internet languages





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