Capturing Technology in Digital Art

A collection of digital artworks by NTU Professor Ina Conradi and her students

A collection of digital artworks by NTU Professor Ina Conradi and her students

Digital art is growing and evolving everyday with immersive, interactive and engaging media. Whether through reactive art that changes with certain circumstances (e.g. Weather, mood, colour etc.) or immersive art that fully transports you, the possibilities are endless and only limited to our imaginations. This ever changing new form of art is incredibly flexible whether it take the form of a static or moving digital artwork.

Digital art can be created using a variety of mediums from photography to coding. However it is primarily displayed in two forms; static and moving.

Static Art

Artwork by Ina Conradi found at the Zouk Nightclub

Artwork by Ina Conradi found at the Zouk Nightclub

These dynamic works may sometimes evoke the sense of movement but are in fact still images. These artworks can be printed on many materials such as tempered glass, metal and canvas to be displayed as a free standing installation or wall mounted piece.

Moving Art

Light Show at The Asian Civilisation Museum (ACM) as part of the Light to Night Festival 2019 by Reza Hasni

From building light shows to interactive touch screen works, moving digital art can be both innovative and immersive. These works can be displayed on both a large and small scale through led screens or projections.

Fiidaa Art collaborates with many artists skilled in working within the world of digital art. Get in touch with us to discuss how we can transform your space into a work of art!

Colleen Gonzales