An All-Digital Institution Explores Atoms, Bits, Craft, and Social Spaces

An All-Digital Institution Explores Atoms, Bits, Craft, and Social Spaces
technology

The Adobe Museum of Digital Media redefines the relationship between the digital world, the physical world and art.

Kyle Studstill
  • 23 march 2011

The recently opened Adobe Museum of Digital Media — an entirely online institution — has now begun to feature exhibitions that highlight the impact of digital media on culture and design.  Soon to open is an exhibit from John Maeda, president of the Rhode Island School of Design, featuring Arts + Bits = the neue Craft (ABC) an exploration of how relationships between the physical and the digital can create art.

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