Artist talk: finding new content in digital media
13 February 2019
The analogue artist in the age of digital reproduction has new tools and resources to draw on; high definition photography, image editing software, and the myriad of images provisioned by the Internet are necessary studio utilities. These digital assets are a boon for painting and drawing but prolonged exposure to screens has changed the way we think about images and over the past twenty years, analogue art has acquired a slight digital accent.
How do artists find new content in digital media? How has technology altered the nature of analogue art practices?
In this artist talk, artists Stephen Haley, Kate Just and Viv Miller will discuss how the digital world has altered the nature of their analogue art practices, as part of the exhibition Analogue Art in a Digital World .
Preview Image: Stephen HALEY, Worry World Town, 2017, oil on linen, 120 x 120 cm. Courtesy of the artist and MARS Gallery, Melbourne