‘Tech as Art’ case study for the National Endowment for the Arts

In a collaborative effort with the National Endowment for the Arts, I contributed as a key case study to a comprehensive research initiative. This initiative was dedicated to examining the diverse and intricate creative practices of artists integrating digital technologies into their work. The focus of the research was to critically assess the creative infrastructure that underpins technology-oriented artistic endeavors.

This study offered a deep dive into the complexities and nuances of the artistic process in the digital age. It illuminated the challenges and opportunities that artists and organizations encounter at the convergence of arts and technology. The insights gathered are invaluable for understanding the evolving landscape of digital artistic practices.

For an in-depth perspective on these findings, I invite you to explore the detailed report, which is available for download on the NEA website under the title ‘Tech as Art’ field report. This report not only encapsulates my contributions to the field but also serves as a resource for those navigating the interplay between technology and art.


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