In the center of Times Square this Valentine's Day, a monumental sculptural loop of radiant golden mirrored hearts transports viewers into a whimsical inner world.
Introducing multimedia artist Anri Sala's major survey exhibition "Anri Sala: Answer Me" at the New Museum
Helen Benarrosh and Arny B. Arnold of TITAN REALITY wanted to develop new tools for musicians to learn, play, and share their musical skills and creativity. Their latest invention, Pulse*, promises to redefine the future of musical instrumentation.
In their two-person exhibition "Away From Keyboard" at Postmasters Gallery, New York-based artists Kristin Lucas and Joe McKay challenge viewers' perceptions through a wide range of engrossing user interfaces and innovative technology.
Located outside Lower Manhattan's Brookfield Place, the 5,300 square-foot pop-up museum presented five installations based on a corresponding emotion including optimistic, exhilarated and calm.
Perceptual is a multimedia experience meant to stimulate viewers' imaginations and promote introspection with the latest iteration "Perceptual: Sonic Landscape / Midnight Blink" during Art Basel Miami earlier this month.
From working at a fashion magazine to diving into digital technology at NEW INC, James Orlando discusses with the 10,000 his innovative approach to creating digital and virtual environments and the bridge between artificial and "real" experiences.
The 7th Annual Architecture & Design Film Festival in New York City featured "Silo 468," a documentary film that captures the design and construction process of a permanent light installation in Helsinki.
Through cutting-edge music apps Bloom, Scape and the recently redesigned Trope, iconic ambient music composer Brian Eno and musician/software designer Peter Chilvers expand the possibilities of generative music.
Harmonium Mountain is a collection of Ross' multiple attempts to share and reinterpret an experience with nature through animated visualizations and music.
While music can invoke emotion, rarely is it associated with tactility. However, a delicate diaphanous dress "Gesture of Sadness" revolutionizes the possibility of touching, even wearing one's favorite songs.
Vibrantly merging sound, light and interactivity, Colorado-based artist and musician Michael Theodore creates immersive experiences through large-scale kinetic installations.
Created by product designer and Royal College of Art student Axel Bluhme, the XOXX Composer turns the drum machine's largely digital interface into a tangible and accessible physical object.