Stephen HALEY, Products and Producers 2018 acrylic on linen 81 x 81 cm Courtesy of the artist and MARS Gallery, Melbourn
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Symposium: Making art in a post digital age

Click here to listen and make art in a post digital age.

We live in a time suffused by the digital in all of its meanings. Whether something is made with a computer or not, the maker lives in a digital world and their output contains traces of the digital. How are post-digital age artworks revealing the subtle influences that digital technology has on our perception and interpretation of the world?

Listen to this symposium of artists from the exhibition Analogue Art in a Digital World (RMIT Gallery 17 Dec – 19 Jan 2019) as they explore the possibilities.

Preview Image: Stephen HALEY, (detail) Products and Producers, 2018, acrylic on linen, 81 x 81 cm. Courtesy of the artist and MARS Gallery, Melbourne

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