30 05, 2023

Permanent Collection – Art on Internet Foundation

2023-05-30T17:22:09-04:00May 30th, 2023|Journal|

The three NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, represented by the images below, were acquired by AOI (Art on Internet Foundation) on December 17, 2021. Click each still image to view the animated audiovisual NFT on the blockchain. The first work, entitled Mesmertron, was my first secondary market sale, in which it [...]

24 01, 2023

Permanent Collection: Verostko Center For The Arts

2023-01-24T13:20:37-05:00January 24th, 2023|Journal|

  Colin Goldberg, New Plastic Shodo #5, 2013. Sumi ink, acrylic and ink on Kinwashi paper 18.75 x 12.25 in (47.63 x 31.1 cm). Unique work. Signed, titled, and dated. Permanent Public Collection, VCA (Verostko Center for the Arts), Latrobe  PA USA I am honored to announce that my 2013 work on paper, [...]

3 12, 2021

SIGGRAPH SPARKS – Within the Frame: Continuum of the Still Image

2021-12-03T08:56:52-05:00December 3rd, 2021|Journal, speaking engagements|

   Friday, December 3, 4PM Eastern on Zoom SIGGRAPH SPARKS - Within the Frame: Continuum of the Still Image ACM SIGGRAPH is a special interest group of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world’s first and largest computing society, ACM SIGGRAPH offers a diverse menu of programs and services for its members and the computer [...]

18 02, 2021

Techspressionism at the Pollock-Krasner House

2021-10-20T06:18:24-04:00February 18th, 2021|exhibitions and events, Journal|

CREATIVE INTENTIONS - Part III: Art and Technology Live on ZOOM: Wednesday Feb 24, 3:30-5PM   Artist Colin Goldberg with recent paintings Invictus, 2020 (left) and Dr. No, 2020 (right). Each work is 48 x36 inches, acrylic and archival ink on linen. Photo: Aya Goldberg. How can artists use innovative new technology [...]

31 01, 2021

Recent Acquisition: The Anne and Michael Spalter Digital Art Collection

2021-02-26T08:00:32-05:00January 31st, 2021|Journal|

Kozo, 2017. India ink and ink on Rives BFK paper. 18 x 12 in. (45.72 x 30.48 cm)   I am honored and humbled to have my 2017 work on paper Kozo accepted into The Anne and Michael Spalter Digital Art Collection (Spalter Digital), one of the world’s largest private collections of early computer art, [...]

20 01, 2021

(Re)Introducing Techspressionism

2021-06-17T13:38:04-04:00January 20th, 2021|Journal|

About ten years ago, I came up with the term “Techspressionism” as the title for a self-produced show at 4 North Main Gallery in Southampton. For the last six months or so I have been expanding this concept into an online community of artists working with technology. The group currently includes around 200 talented artists [...]

14 12, 2018

Permanent Collection: Stony Brook University Hospital

2019-08-31T08:08:28-04:00December 14th, 2018|Journal|

A suite of four works on paper from my Wireframe series as well as Dynamic Dispatch, a wireframe painting from 2012, were recently purchased by Stony Brook University Hospital for inclusion in their permanent public collection. The works will be installed in the Bed Tower, a new building on the Hospital campus slated to open to the public in January 2019. The eight-story Medical and Research Translation (MART) and Bed Tower building operates as the university’s new headquarters for cancer research, advanced medical imaging and cancer care.

2 12, 2018

Joseph Nechvatal Interview, 2000

2021-02-04T08:50:36-05:00December 2nd, 2018|Journal|

I have been reviewing my archives of historical materials, and came across a video interview I conducted with artist and theoretician Joseph Nechvatal in Manhattan in 2000. It was originally recorded for Everbeta, which was (at the time) an early streaming content network for the arts. The interview takes place during a walk between our studios in Manhattan's East Village and Lower East Side. It is raw footage with in-camera editing only, and is primarily a discussion on Viractualism, the topic of Nechvatal's Ph.D thesis.

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