Disembodied Behaviors: an ultra-real virtual art show that sears the mind-haze of 2020's unending March back to a state of clarity

Alchemical by Jan St Werner and Casey Reas now on view at bitforms gallery

Visit "A Crack in the Hourglass," Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's memorial to the countless victims of COVID-19, online through Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo

Watch an interview with Refik Anadol on his "Quantum Memories," featured in the NGV Melbourne Triennial

Claudia Hart Breathes Life into Static Tropes of Modernism, Hyperallergic

In Conversation With Claudia Hart, International Journal for Digital Art History

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's Art 21 segment highlighted in artnet, "We as Artists Need to Intervene"

Sara Ludy directs video for Kass Richards' debut solo record, The Language Shadow

Claudia Hart: The Ruins reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

Quayola selected for Texas commission, "Pioneer Tower Public Art Project"

"Public Public Address" featured on CNN: This website helps people with illnesses and disabilities participate in Black Lives Matter protests

Washington Post profiles "Public Public Address": An around-the-clock virtual protest lifts voices of those unable to take to the streets

'Email Exhibit! Yours Sincerely, Siebren Versteeg and bitforms’ by Charlotte Kent for CLOT

Quayola's "Jardin d'Éte" on view at Arte Sella in Trento, Italy

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer featured in the new season of Art21

Claudia Hart, The Ruins, opens at bitforms gallery

Siebren Versteeg, In%20Memory, now live

Public Public Address, by Jason Lazarus, Stephanie Syjuco, and Siebren Versteeg now streaming

The Art Newspaper reviews bitforms gallery at Untitled Virtual Fair

bitforms included as top 7 booths to view at UNTITLED by FAD Magazine

UNTITLED, ART Online July 31–August 9, 2020

⌘F Interview Series: Clement Valla

Daniel Canogar's Data Abstractions, Art in America

Daniel Canogar, "Billow", Artforum Critic's Pick

The Tree of Life curated by Claudia Hart reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

⌘F Interview Series: Addie Wagenknecht

Tree of Life featured in the New York Times

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer on Seductive Participation and the Oppression of Metrics, Art in America

What makes music sound…good? With Luke DuBois

Art for a good cause: artists' support for Black Lives Matter, including Addie Wagenknecht

Close Readings 1 - Claudia Hart: Swing

The Tree of Life, curated by Claudia Hart, opens online May 15

How does a human critique art made by AI? Featuring "Making Pictures with Generative Adversarial Networks" by Casey Reas

With Galleries Closed, a Moment for Net Artists to Shine

Virtual Opening of Billow by Daniel Canogar

Arts Covid Big List


ARTECHOUSE Q&A: Refik Anadol

FACT Liverpool announces new online commissioning scheme to support artists in lockdown

Addie Wagenknecht: My opsec haul from Sephora, politics within makeup videos

We=Link: Ten Easy Pieces, A Chronus Art Center Special Online Exhibition

Olia Lialina discusses visibility and network portraiture on the World Wide Web

NO FUN, Tina Rivers Ryan on Net art in the age of COVID-19

Nine amazing artworks made for the internet, featuring Addie Wagenknecht

How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This?, an online exhibition curated by Anne Verhallen and Barbara Pollack

Creative Capital's List of Arts Resources During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Wet Logic reviewed by Louis Bury for Hyperallergic

Artist Lecture with Clement Valla at Duke University

Videotapes, Early Video Art (1965–1976), including work by Beryl Korot, opening at Nachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw

Today’s Ideology: For sale to benefit Democratic Candidates

The series Today’s Ideology by Casey Reas uses editorial photos from The New York Times to create generative collages. Images from each issue are shuffled daily and obliquely drawn. Each work in the series is made on the day referenced in the title and consists of all images from that day’s paper. On December 19, 2019 the House of Representatives voted to impeach the President. In response to this historically important day, Casey Reas and bitforms gallery will donate all proceeds from sales of Today’s Ideology (19 December 2019) to support Democratic candidates in the 2020 election.

Vermont Curators Group launches statewide exhibitions on tech and culture

Speaking Freely: Addie Wagenknecht for Electronic Frontier Festival

Wet Logic, an exhibition by Sarah Rothberg and Marina Zurkow, opens at bitforms gallery

Sara Ludy on Lucid Dreaming, VR and the Digital Sublime for Taupe Magazine

A Child’s Machiavelli by Claudia Hart opens at bitforms gallery

Surabhi Saraf performs Awoke and the Awokened at bitforms gallery

Beryl Korot interviewed in Nichons-Nous dans l’Internet

Marina Zurkow’s exhibition The Thirsty Bird opening at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

Registration now open for the Niio x AI Art Prizes 2019/20

Daniel Canogar presents Amalgama el Prado on the facade of the Museo del Prado

Learning Machines by R. Luke DuBois featured in Telfair Museum’s PULSE Art + Technology Festival

Claudia Hart’s A Child’s Machiavelli Book Release and Exhibition Opening at Wallplay

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art launches Garage Digital

Artsy names Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Border Tuner among best public art of 2019

Claudia Hart announced as apexart Fellow

Massive Attack and the digital age: Hans Ulrich Obrist interviews UVA’s Matt Clark

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer interviewed on BBC regarding his new work, Border Tuner