Digital art

Digital art refers to artistic works that use digital technology as an essential part of creation or presentation. Unlike traditional media like painting or sculpture, digital art relies on computers, software, and other electronic tools. Digital art emerged in the 1950s and 1960s through early computer graphics experiments.

Types of digital art include:

Key artistic movements involving digital art include Media art, Net art, Glitch art, Vaporwave, etc. Digital art allows artists to work in new mediums, gives access to new creative tools, enables collaboration/sharing, and provides means to create interactive and generative art. Traditional concepts of originality and authenticity are challenged.

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