Digital Art

It is problematic to claim that all digital artworks can be neatly categorized according to different forms: most of the time, these works combine various elements and defy a purely formal classification. Nevertheless, it is important to be aware of the formal aspects upon which the art is based. Ultimately, every object is about its own materiality, which informs the ways in which it creates meaning. Among the forms ...

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The design process is essential when people make or develop products. The quality of products depends on how to make them. In my cases, I usually start basic data research about the product I will design. First of all, I gather the data about the position in the market, the pros and cons of competitive products, and benchmarking mode. Then, I make a specific process and a schedule. The general process of mine can divide ...

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October 18, 2005

Narrative of montage

I went to the exhibition "The Art of Romare Bearden" at the Whitney Museum. He usually uses collage and photomontage techniques to express his religious concept and landscape of North Carolina and Harlem in New York. In his painting, collage and photomontage tell various stories. Each photo or image in his painting has a unique story and these pieces together create the whole story of his painting. His painting has ...

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Katharina Sieverding: Close Up PS1 MoMa, October 24, 2004 – January 23, 2005 Sieverding firmly believes that the responsibility of the artist is to act as a politically engaged being, absorbing, synthesizing, and commenting on the rapid advancement of our technology-driven age. Sieverding's choice to focus on photography justifiably brings to light questions about the medium's attempt to document, reproduce and ...

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