Digital libraries are creating a new era of creativity and sharing.
They are democratizing the art form and giving us an opportunity to take our digital artifacts and create our own work of art.
We will explore how they are changing our world.
Join us to hear the story of how digital libraries transformed the world and the story behind a digital library.
Join me as I talk to some of the most important people and organizations that are part of the digital library revolution.
Join us for a look at the future of digital libraries and the people who are making it happen.
Join in the conversation with a panel of experts in digital art, digital media, and the future.
I’m joined by the digital art teacher and curator, Amy Binder, who is an associate professor at the New School for Social Research, and curator of the Digital Mirage exhibit at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
You’ll hear from her, as well as from people who have been making digital art in digital libraries, and from artists who have created digital works in digital library environments.
We’ll also hear from digital library creators and collectors who are part, but not exclusive to, the digital libraries.
Digital Mirage is part of a series of three exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum and The Museum of Modern Art:The Digital Mirages exhibition, The Digital Library, will open to the public May 17, 2019.
It features an interactive installation, called The Digital Miracles.
The installation is about a person who’s chosen to create a digital book, and we are asking that person to use this book in an experience with a collection of digital artifacts, from a digital camera to a digital mirror, to create the experience of an artist in the digital world.
The project is based on a documentary called The Art of Miracles, about a woman named Mimi Kallman, who creates digital paintings.
We’re asking the artist to explore what it means to create digital art using digital artifacts.
The exhibition is called Digital Mirables, and it explores the way that people can create digital work with digital artifacts as part of an experience of art and life.
Digital libraries are the future and are changing how we view and access digital objects.
We live in a world where the physical objects we see are becoming more and more digital.
And it’s happening on a scale that we can’t even imagine.
Digital libraries have transformed the way we access information, share it, and access our digital lives.
These libraries allow us to create works that have the power to change our world and give us an audience to discover new works of art in a new way.
Digital Mirai will explore the ways that digital libraries have shaped the digital artist.
We want to hear from the people making the digital arts happen.
You can join us on the panel of luminaries in the field, including:Marilyn A. Tosi, professor of media arts and technology at the University of Pennsylvania; Sarah C. Withers, digital arts curator at the Museum of Fine Arts of Los Angeles; and Elizabeth G. Bessette, curator of digital arts and culture at the Tate Modern.
They’ll share the ways they have been transforming digital art and the creative communities that have become part of it.
We’ve created a special online version of this podcast, where you can listen to the show live.
And as always, the audio and video are available for download on our website.