If anyone would have told me two years ago that I would be writing about digital art, I would have bagged this whole project before it even got started. For aeons, I wore my technology ignorance with pride. After all, my life was so full and exciting, I didn’t have time to share it on social media. In fact, it was my theory that the people with the most interesting posts lead the most boring lives. I mean, really, who has the time? Moreover, in all honesty, I really don’t care if you had the best cup of coffee this morning. Love you, but…. Fast-forward, and now I question the relevance of anyone who isn’t at least somewhat digitally savvy. An extremely talented designer friend and I recently joked that we won’t even get out of bed for anything that isn’t “Instagramable.” Digital capabilities have given everyone a whole new way to produce, share, and access art and highly curated experiences. Sophisticated collectors are rapidly acquiring everything from museum-quality video art to internationally acclaimed 3-D printed art to limited-edition digital art for under $100. In conjunction with the New Museum Triennial: Surround Audience, which opened this week, I checked out Mary Katrantzou’s digitally printed fashion designs, amazing 3-D printed art, top contemporary video artists, and learned about acquiring unique and limited-edition digital art online.
 

WHERE TO HEAR ART IN SURROUND SOUND

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TOP DIGITAL ARTISTS AND HOW TO ACQUIRE THEM ONLINE

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TOP VIDEO ARTISTS TO WATCH

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THE BEST 3-D PRINTED ART NOW

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THE BEST DIGITAL FASHION

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