Technology is changing Art. What are the assumptions we share about art/entrepreneurship/design/advertising/ownership that no longer hold? The most forward-thinking contemporary galleries and curators are excited about a new kind of art that most U.S. museums haven't yet discovered. Experimental R&D labs used to exist only in academic and large corporate settings; now they are being bootstrapped in Brooklyn by unlikely entrepreneurs. While industry struggles to protect intellectual property, artists are starting new movements with open source code. Agencies didn't used to know computer science PhDs existed; now they are hiring them full time.
Come to LISA2013 to get up to speed about these topics and hear from 40 of the leading artists, curators, theorists, entrepreneurs and designers working at the intersection of art and technology today.