Southampton Arts Center presents Techspressionism: Digital and Beyond, the first large-scale physical group exhibition of techspressionist artworks. The exhibition includes a selection of paintings, sculptures, NFTs, time-based works, digital still images, installation works and prints.
The term Techspressionism was coined in 2011 by artist and curator Colin Goldberg. It was first described as a movement in the WIRED article “If Picasso Had a MacBook Pro” in 2014.
Techspressionism: Digital and Beyond includes the works of over 90 artists working with technology from more than 20 countries around the world including Afghanistan, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Canary Islands, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Peru, Puerto Rico, Russia, Taiwan, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine and the United States.
Notable contemporary artists (as defined by Wikipedia) included in Techspressionism: Digital and Beyond include Victor Acevedo, Suzanne Anker, Frank Gillette, Clive Holden, Patrick Lichty, Chalda Maloff, Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky , Steve Miller, Joseph Nechvatal, Michael Rees, Christine Sciulli, Nina Sobell, Anne Morgan Spalter and Nina Yankowitz.
The exhibition includes NFT’s from the following artists: Victor Acevedo, Michaël Borras AKA Systaime, Tor Burwell, Dubwoman aka Giovanna Sun, Roz Dimon, Colin Goldberg, Clive Holden, Le Chat Noir, Seungjin Lee, Frederic Pons, Prïnce Magnølia x St Rivera, Lee Schnaiberg, Skywaterr, Andy Thomas, Tintin23X
Malavika Mandal Andrew, Suzanne Anker, Davonte Bradley, Roz Dimon, Brandon Gellis, Darcy Gerbarg, Carter Hodgkin, Renata Janiszewska, Karen LaFleur, Patrick Lichty, Gregory Little, Randi Matushevitz, Steve Miller, Tommy Mintz, Paul D. Milller aka DJ Spooky, Joseph Nechvatal, Michael Pierre Price, Michael Rees.