The new frontier
Science, technology and art have always been intimately connected, from the 15th-century printing presses mastered by Albrecht Dürer, to the 19th-century chemistry and optics that heralded a new era of photography.
But how are the new technologies of Artificial Intelligence, and Virtual and Augmented Reality changing the way art is made and experienced?
How are artists using computers, coding, apps and 3D printing to upend traditional media, interactivity and even the ethics of art?
Join Jacky Klein for this online talk as she asks, where will technology take artists and the art world in the next decade? And how has the global lockdown accelerated this artistic revolution?
Jacky Klein is an art historian, broadcaster and publisher specializing in 20th-century and contemporary art. She is author of a number of bestselling art books including Grayson Perry and What is Contemporary Art?, and has presented and contributed to a wide range of radio and TV programmes for the BBC, Channel 5, the Art Fund, Tate and Christie's. She is currently Associate Lecturer at the Courtauld Institute on the MA in Curating the Art Museum.
Supported by Elizabeth and Daniel Peltz OBE