Creating Abstract Work in the Digital Age
“Creating Abstract Works in the Digital Age” is part of a series of four panels organised by MoCDA, UCL and Hobs3D to discuss the relationship between space and aesthetics.
This talk looks at aesthetics and the composition of abstract works in digital practices. Artists Banz & Bowinkel, Chris Dorland, Sara Ludy, and David Young make use of different digital tools in their art, which will allow spanning a broad spectrum of new media approaches with regards to abstraction and compositional matters. Along with them, Chris Mc Manus, Professor of Psychology at University College London (UCL), brings scientific insight to what we know of composition, beauty and aesthetics.
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