MUST SEE NYC SHOWS: ART (X) TECH

If you’re in NYC, there are several shows that feature artists working at the intersection of Art & Technology that are not to be missed.

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Siebren Versteeg: Reflection Eternal
April 20 – May 28, 2017 (extended to June 4)

At the core of Reflection Eternal are three software programs developed by the artist which generate a limitless amount of digital paintings which can be selected, saved, and printed in perpetuity. Read more.

 Siebren Versteeg: Reflection Eternal, bitforms gallery, 2017. Courtesy bitforms gallery, New York. Photo: John Berens.

Siebren Versteeg: Reflection Eternal, bitforms gallery, 2017. Courtesy bitforms gallery, New York. Photo: John Berens.

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
Jim Campbell: Abstract Document
April 27 – June 17

For over twenty years, Campbell has been exploring the medium of light and LED technology in relation to video and sculpture. His career personifies the metamorphosis of film and form into an immersive experience reflective of our digital culture.  Read more.

 Jim Campbell, Abstract Document, Installation view, Credit: Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Jim Campbell, Abstract Document, Installation view, Credit: Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

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Walead Beshty: Open Source
April 20 – June 17

Open Source features photographs and sculptures that wear their history on the surface, reflecting the artist’s interest in rendering transparent how an artwork is produced. This will be the gallery’s second solo exhibition with the Los Angeles-based artist.  Read more.

 WALEAD BESHTY: Open Source; Installation view @ Petzel Gallery; Credit: Margo Spiritus/Niio      

WALEAD BESHTY: Open Source; Installation view @ Petzel Gallery; Credit: Margo Spiritus/Niio