3 observations/3 questions
Working with digital technology has moved the artist from a traditional studio environment into an office-like setting. How will that move from a studio experience to a desk alter an artists relationship to the physicality of art making?
Painting has moved from the slow drying oil paints to fast drying acrylics and spray paints within decades. Technology driven artists must keep up to date with the changing software Adobe CS3 to CS4 for example. How will the effect of fast-paced technologies drive the expression of art making…will pieces of art seem out dated as quickly as the technology used to make it?
Computer art has become increasing easy to use since 1970’s with out-of the box programs, how do artists create a visual vocabulary rich enough to withstand the corporate “fashion of products”?