DIGITAL MEDIA


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After describing the digital processes that I’ve developed over the years, someone asked me, “If Rembrandt were alive today would he use a computer to create?” Before I could reply, this person answered their own question with a self-assured, “No.”
Well. they were wrong. The answer is, “Yes. Without a doubt.” Art and technology have always advanced together. Degas and Rodin used photographs. Impressionism wouldn’t have been possible without a simple technological advance – the paint tube.