Boston’s ICA exhibit takes on the internet as art form

When you think of the internet, you generally take for granted that it’s mostly a tool for your own personal or professional use, with all the bells and whistles. But when you dig below that surface, and start to explore beyond the technology, as stated by Barbara Lee, Chief Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, you begin to see “how all art has been radically transformed by the cultural impact of the internet.” The ICA’s Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today, which opened yesterday, is the first major thematic group exhibition in the United States to “examine the radical impact of the internet culture on visual art.” Read More