What is the potential for collaborations between robots and human artists? AMT Lab contributor Yasmin Foqahaa recently spoke with Yeliz Karadayi, a Carnegie Mellon University student working with a team of creators in the 2016 Robot Art Contest. Read on to see their discussion about the project and the future of robotics and art.
Chad Phillips is the Creative Director of Kwambio, an on-demand e-commerce platform that features customizable designs created with heirloom quality 3D printing technology. Before Kwambio, Chad was the Director of Retail at Cooper-Hewitt, the National Design Museum. AMT Lab Contributor Stephanie Sun recently talked to Chad about his favorite apps.
Andy Adams is back-- this time talking crowdsourcing, digital exhibitions, and his newest project, “Looking at the Land: 21st Century American Views,” a digital exhibition of 21st Century American Landscape photography. Andy, the creator and producer of Flak Photo, continues to lead the contemporary art world in its conversation about the future of photography and now, on the potential of crowdsourced, digital exhibitions. The exhibition has already been viewed by over 10,000 visitors. If you have yet to explore it (or want another look), take a moment to view it here.
ArtStack, one of the newest social platforms for the visual arts, is growing in popularity all over the word. I spoke (Q) with Ezra Konvitz (K), co-founder of Artstack, to find out how it differentiates from other widely popular image-sharing platforms, such as Pinterest, and how arts professionals can benefit from it. ArtStack celebrates the process of discovering artwork in a truly empowering way for each user. But what makes ArtStack uniquely different from other platforms, like Pinterest, is the composition and intentions of its population.