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Gallery: Old Media, Digitized, Make New Forms

Computers are changing art in unexpected ways.

Craigie Horsfield, Via Carozza, Nola, June 2008. Ink-jet print, wood, gesso-coated plaster, aluminum

Marc Quinn, Pixelation of a Hybrid. Woven tapestry

Antony Gormley, Quantum Cloud

Inside Australia, sculptures by Antony Gormley, Lake Ballard, Western Australia

Grayson Perry, Expulsion from Number 8 Eden Close, 2012. Wool, cotton, acrylic, polyester and silk tapestry; 200 x 400 cm (78 3/4 x 157 1/2 inches), edition of 6 plus 2 artist’s proofs (GP 360)

Antony Gormley, Exposure, 2010. Galvanized steel, 25.64 x 13.25 x 18.47 m. Sixth Flevoland Landscape Commission. Permanent installation, Lelystad, the Netherlands

Antony Gormley’s installation Insider V/VI/VII/VIII/IX is displayed at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Monterrey.

Urs Fischer, Untitled, 2011. Wax, pigments, wicks, steel; on view at the 2011 Venice Biennale

Raphael, The Death of Ananias

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From the latest smartphones to advances in quantum computing, the hardware behind today's digital age is rapidly changing.

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