Source: The Art Newspaper
A new exhibit at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston explores the impact of technology in art and in the lives of humans over the years.
The exhibit entitled “Art in the Age of the Internet” is a collaboration between 13 arts organizations and features works of art by more than 60 artists.
Curator Eva Respini said that some important features of the exhibit include is large scale approach in dissecting the history of technology in our lives through art, and taking a look at works of art that were created since 1989. She explains that a look at older works can offer insights into how artists have tackled with the theme of technology for ages.
“The internet is divided: people live in algorithmic bubbles in which the internet supports and magnifies their existing beliefs. The two works set up the argument of the show,” curator Eva Respini told Boston Magazine during an interview.
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