Southampton Arts Center presents Techspressionism: Digital and Beyond, curated by Colin Goldberg, the first large-scale physical group exhibition of techspressionist artworks. The exhibition includes a selection of paintings, sculptures, NFTs, video works, animations, installation works and prints. The term Techspressionism was coined in 2011 by artist Colin Goldberg and was first described as a movement in the WIRED article “If Picasso Had a MacBook Pro” in 2014. The Exhibition Advisor is Helen Harrison, Director, Pollock-Krasner House & Study Center.
Techspressionism: Digital and Beyond includes the works of over 90 artists working with technology from more than 20 countries around the world including Afghanistan, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Canary Islands, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Peru, Puerto Rico, Russia, Taiwan, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine and the United States. Roy Nicholson will exhibit 24 Hours, a grouping of four mixed media Solarplate etchings that are part of the Toxic Garden (Morning Glory) Series (2020-21).
The exhibition will be on view April 21 through June 4–extended through July 23rd–with an opening reception on April 23, 6-8pm.