At the end of last year before my annual trip back home to Taiwan, I’ve had the pleasure to interview Joanne Hastie, a talented artist who uses robotic arms and machine learning to create fine art paintings. This interview is part of the In The Studio series by the Museum of Contemporary Digital Art, a museum platform that I am currently advising. Original interview here: https://www.mocda.org/in-the-studio-joanne-hastie
When first thinking about robots making art, common sentiments probably centre around curiosity or fear.
Walking into Joanne’s studio, I was welcomed by the gentle buzzing sound of the robot arm. There was really…
As a consultant focusing on merging the arts with technology, I attend and plan a fair share of national conferences. I find events like this an important avenue to gauge the industry pulse, get inspired and learn from an aggregate of creative minds. A few weeks ago I went to the National Arts Marketing Project Conference held by Americans for the Arts in Seattle. Compared to the tech conferences (during my time at Adobe, I curated content for their amazing annual martech summit), the arts and creative industry conferences have a very different vibe.
Marketing & Business Consultant focused on merging tech with arts and culture. @Harvard MBA. I write about business, technology, the arts & life. @liusandy.com