Bitforms gallery

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In 2005 the bitforms gallery originated a group exhibition, "Scratch Code", featuring artists who used computational methods of drawing in the 1960s and 70s. This historically important show has since traveled to Amsterdam and the Daelim Museum in Korea. The bitforms gallery has become internationally recognized for its focus and influence on fresh territories in contemporary art practices. bitforms gallery has launched emerging artists and established relationships with historically significant artists including: Golan Levin, Mark Napier, Manfred Mohr, Michael Joaquin Grey, Lynn Hershman Leeson , Peter Vogel , Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, C.E.B Reas, Yael Kanarek, Daniel Rozin, R. Luke DuBois, U-Ram Choe, Michael Najjar, Björn Schülke, Jeff Talman, Lincoln Schatz and many others who are engaged in a critical discourse with new media.
bitforms gallery is a gallery in New York City, New York, United States of America devoted to new media art practices. Breaking new ground in 2001, bitforms gallery has become a destination for artists, curators, and collectors exploring new art forms that lie at the intersection of software and mixed media. bitforms is still one of the very few galleries dealing exclusively in this area of the art world.
In September 2005, bitforms gallery became the first United States gallery to open in Seoul, Korea, quickly assimilating to their contemporary art scene and media driven culture.
bitforms gallery commitment to bring new modalities of art making while working to provide a productive framework for these practices within the realm of traditional art discourse.

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