"People generally dismiss technology as a threat to art. I will attempt to demonstrate that it is not, and even opens up previously unimagined artistic territory." – Herbert W. Franke, 1957
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LEANDER HERZOG: FLIPS
All 600 pieces of the limited edition FLIPS are unique and numbered, the prints are signed by the artist.
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"It’s very difficult, probably impossible, to quantify value in any meaningful way beyond market value, which is also what makes art truly magical." – Jonas Lund
Interview with Herbert W. Franke
"TECHNOLOGY IS NOT A THREAT TO ART"
Herbert W. Franke is a universal genius, you can say that with a clear conscience. For several decades he separated three lives: he was the caver and scientist, the artist and curator, the art theorist and the science fiction author. Only on the occasion his solo exhibition in 2010 at the ZKM Karlsruhe did he bring these three lives and careers together under the title "Wanderer Between the Worlds". In the early 1950s caving led him to experiment with light and technology. He kept his curiosity throughout his life; it was his drive to examine new technologies for their artistic potential. His pioneering spirit made him one of the first computer artists who was more than six decades ahead of his time. In conversation with Anika Meier in June 2022, Franke discussed his visionary practice.
Interview with Mark Wilson
DIE WITH THE MOST LIKES
Mark Wilson aka diewiththemostlikes is an Indiana based artist and writer fueled by humanity's excruciating but willing descent into characterless orbs engineered for aimless consumption and expulsion. In conversation with Anika Meier, the artist speaks about overconsumption and misery tourism, art in the age of social media, and living a fulfilling existence.
Interview with Skye Nicolas
LIVING IN A SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL
Ranging from large format paintings, filmmaking, photography, public space interventions, sculpture, and digital artworks, post-conceptual artist Skye Nicolas blends elegantly composed amalgamations of vivid imagery with familiarity and the skewing of timelines through various means of precisely executed appropriation. His thoughtful method of reassigning of pop culture references reveals a complex interweaving of key components in his work, highlighting concept and composition as core fundamentals.
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EXPANDED.ART turns Web3 inside out and expands the notion of a gallery and an online marketplace by being both. The focus is on the history of digital art and on supporting female and non-binary artists. Art is made collectible for everyone by offering NFTs and time-limited and limited editions. As a gallery, EXPANDED.ART, represents yesterday's pioneers and today's avant-garde.