Technology in Art
Hatchery ZOOM Session Two
February 19th 2021 at 4pm-5.30pm
‘As artists we are all aware of the need for technology in our practice. Websites and email at the very least but, as time has moved on and technology with it, I have seen artists and craftspeople who, like me, have used technology originally made for gaming to create and to present our work’, Lori Amor.
This workshop is presented by artists Lori Amor, David Byrne and Linda Duvall. Technology is Central to these artists practices but the usage which is very different. Amor has found herself between the two worlds of traditional and digital art and has made them work together. She uses YouTube, Siscord, Twitch with various streaming and community building platforms.
Byrne experiments with drawing programmes using Procreate and a variety of simple yet powerful drawing tools for iPhone and iPad such as Paint 98.
Over in Canada, Duvall incorporates consumer equipment like Trail Cameras used by hunters, large negatives printed on her home printer, and snapshots assembled on any editing program to make films.
Together these artists have put together a workshop which will present a wide-ranging view of the use of technology in art. They will talk about how they use technology with examples of their work before taking questions on how other artists can benefit from their expertise.
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