• Issue
  • Mar 01, 2024

Editor’s Letter: Moveable Feasts

Installation view of YUKO MOHRI’s I/O, 2022, mixed-media installation, dimensions variable, at the 14th Gwangju Biennale, 2023. Photo by Glimworkers. Courtesy the artist.

Our daily lives are increasingly digitized via virtual and simulated experiences. Note the wave of “immersive” exhibitions featuring large projections of famous images (sometimes animated) in place of actual artworks, or interactive light and video experiences. Some professional and amateur creators are exploring the potential of AI text- and image-generation programs, while others have focused on low- or no-tech approaches to art-making, valuing process over product, visceral experiences over high-resolution jpegs.